Your account picture appears on the Windows logon screen and in the Start menu. Windows assigns a generic profile picture to new user accounts on Windows 10, but it's easy to change it to any picture. Here's how to give your account a touch of flair:
Unless you're using a Microsoft account that already has a picture associated with it, Microsoft sets your profile picture to the default Windows user image ̵
The picture To change it, click "Start," then left-click on your account and then "Change Account Settings." (You can also get there by going to Settings> Accounts> Your Data.)
However you get to the Accounts screen, you will see two ways how your image works can change. Click "Camera" to use a connected camera to take a picture or "Search for" to find an image file on your PC. We are looking for a local picture for this example.
Navigate to the image you want to use as the new account image, and then click the Select Image button.
Note that Windows automatically scales and crops the image you have selected. If you do not get the desired result from the selected image, you can crop and resize the image yourself. Windows uses a 448 × 448 pixel image for the login screen.
If you want to return to the already uploaded photos after changing the picture, just click on the thumbnail on the right current selection. However, this only works for the last three pictures you have used.
That's all. You've successfully changed your account image to something that says more about who you are.