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Windows 10 / 8.1 lock screen slideshow - More than 2 displays

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I'm not sure if anyone has successfully done this but google is yielding nothing useful. I'm currently using Windows Technical Preview for Enterprise but had the same problem with 8.1. If you're using more than 2 displays, is it possible to make the lock screen slideshow appear on all 3 (or 4, or 5...)? I can't find a way. I can only get a maximum of 2 working....

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Nope..
It only works like that in Windows Xp. It does not do that without the introduction of 3rd party tools in windows Kernel Vista, whatever version you run.. Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 or 10..
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Ah ok, thanks. I thought as much really. Do you have a link to a decent 3rd party tool that would work?
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