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like what you see pictures in windows 10

Posted on 2016-08-06
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I have a PC with windows 10 asking me if I "like what I see" upon login.. shows some really nice pictures, but it is a nuisance

how do I opt out of this


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dave.j
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by:John Hurst
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I do not see this. Look in Settings, Notifications and see if there are Notifications you might turn off especially near the top of the section.
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It is called "spotlight" and you can turn it off in lockscreen settings.
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by:James Edwards
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More specifically, change the Background setting from 'Windows Spotlight' to 'Picture' for example.  That was you can keep your same lock screen image without the Spotlight 'feature'.
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