The Desktop Background appears on lock screens in Windows 11/10. After installing Windows 11, maybe first you’ll set an adorable wallpaper on your desktop. Because every time you log in to your computer, you see the desktop background image first. Some users use the same wallpaper for a long time because they aren’t interested in changing the wallpaper. If you miss Spotlight images in Windows 11 for desktop and want to keep rotating desktop background pictures, Windows Spotlight might attract you.
What is Windows Spotlight?
Windows 11 uses the Windows Spotlight feature to show beautiful images on the lock screen, and the same feature was not available for the desktop background until now. Then, the users turn to a third-party Wallpaper tool to avail of this functionality.
But the new OS lacks the Spotlight features for desktop background; Microsoft has added Windows 11 build 22518. Microsoft allows users to configure Windows 11 to use desktop backgrounds from the Windows Spotlight collection. You can now see a new stunning desktop background every day if you need it.
This risewindows article will show you how to configure Spotlight picture as Desktop Background on Windows 11.
How to Set Spotlight Picture as Desktop Background on Windows 11?
To set Spotlight Picture as Desktop Background on Windows 11, do these steps:-
Step 1. First, open the Windows Settings by pressing
Step 2. When Windows Settings opens, click on the
Step 3. After that, on the right sidebar of Personalization, click the
Step 4. Next, click the drop-down menu beside Personalize your background, and select the
If you are missing this feature, update your Windows quickly and follow the above steps.
Once you set Spotlight collection as the desktop background, it immediately applies to your Windows, and you will start seeing new stunning wallpapers.
You will see a new icon, “Learn about this picture,” on your desktop. You will know more about your desktop background by clicking on this icon.
By right-clicking on that icon, select
If you click the “I like this picture” option after right-clicking on that icon, Windows 11 displays similar pictures in the future. And if you choose the “Not a fan of this picture” option, Windows will stop similar images in the future.
Windows 11 desktop even asks you what you like or dislike about the picture. It takes feedback, and different Spotlight images will be displayed, improving your wallpaper experience on the desktop.
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