Want to spice up your Windows 10 PC by personalizing Microsoft's latest operating system? We are here to help. Changing the Windows logon screen background and desktop background is quite simple. However, if you are unfamiliar with the general layout of Windows 10 – or if Microsoft decides to redesign the process – this guide will give you the required hand position. In short, everything is accomplished through the app Settings so let's dig!
Step 1: Navigate to Settings Screen & # 39; Personalization & # 39;
The shortest way to personalize Right-click on the desktop and select Personalize from the menu. Once the window appears, follow steps 2a and 2b below to successfully change your Windows 1
The long route to access the personalization field is done by clicking the balloon Action Center icon located next to the system clock on the desktop taskbar. Then click the All Settings panel with the gear icon and select Personalization when the Settings app is opened on the screen. You can also simply go to Settings and go to Personalization
] Step 2a: Change the Background Image
The first tab in the Personalization window is the Background tab where you can change your desktop image to a saved image, a color. or a slideshow of different pictures. After selecting Picture you can select your desktop image by clicking Browse and selecting a picture from your computer's hard disk or from a small selection of topic pictures  Change Desktop and Login Screen in Windows 10 Personalization Background Options ” class=” wp-image-1151876 size-large dt-lazy-load dt-lazy-pending”/>
If you select a folder for the Slide Show option, you can click Browse and select a folder of pictures your device will go through. After selecting a folder, you can choose how long each image will be displayed on the screen before moving to the next image.
Note that with multiple monitors, a different image will be selected for each monitor, and each will also be traversed through your images. For an image or slideshow, you can fit the image to the screen, stretch it, or choose from one of several other options that will ensure your images appear on your screen the way you want them.
Finally, you can also select a spot color as the background, either from a palette or by creating your own custom color 
Step 2b: Changing the logon screen
If you only want to change the logon screen image – or already changed your wallpaper – just click on the Lock screen on the left side of the menu Personalization . Similar to a background image, users can either select a saved image from the computer's hard drive or create a slideshow with different images. Users also have the option of choosing the Windows Spotlight variant that displays a randomly generated image from the Bing search engine. After making a selection, the change happens automatically.
Note that there are technically two login screens, one for your password and one for the lock screen. To also change the password screen, look in Lock Screen to "lock the wallpaper on the logon screen." This ensures that the image appears in both places for a smoother transition.
Here you can also select which apps will show details on the lock screen, and the Apps that show the quick status. Click the icon for each one and select an app from the list. Not all apps can display detailed information, so there are likely to be faster status options. If you add more applications to Windows 10, you'll see additional options that let you choose which information to display on the lock screen.
The Alternate Method: Use an App
If you'd rather make changes to your wallpapers early and often, there's another option that you can enjoy more than constantly accessing the Settings app : You can use an app that will do the work for you. There are a few apps that affect wallpapers, but one of the most popular and trusted is Brilli. With the free app you can manage collections of images that you can then use for your backgrounds. It also provides online sources for browsing images and allows you to switch between images at intervals of 15 minutes to 24 hours.
Brilli also lets you connect to the Bing Daily Image if you prefer your monitor to reflect which Image Bing chose on a particular day. Other options include the ability to change either the lock screen, the desktop, or both. The app offers even more options to play along with a more complicated picture-making system.
Keep in mind, however, that apps are not always reliable. Brilli does a good job over time, but not all apps work for new updates. This should be noted when Windows 10 updates its background customization features at a later time.