Whenever you boot into Windows 10, the log-in screen tends to have a background picture right there. A lot of these pictures are temporarily saved on your computer, so the question is, how do we download the image and get more information about it?
Where are the Windows 10 Login screen pictures saved?
First, you must navigate to where the pictures are stored. To get there, open the File Explorer folder, and from the address bar, please add the following:
Now, from inside the Assets folder, you should see several files with weird names. These are all photos.
Click on Size to arrange them by size, high to low, top to down.
Select one of the large-sized files and copy-paste it into a different folder.
After doing that, right-click and rename the file with the .jpg extension attached.
Right away, the file should transform into a JPEG image.
Open it in the Photos app to confirm that this magical thing works without problems.
Get information via Bing Images or Google Images
Should you need information on the Asset folder’s photos, it’s not hard, to be honest. Simply visit Bing.com, then click on the first icon within the search box. A drop-down menu will appear with all of the Visual Search options.
Click on Browse, and from the window that pops up, navigate to where you saved the photo and select it.
From there, hit the OK button and wait for Bing to find information on the picture for your knowledge improvements.
You can do a similar reverse image search with images.Google.com, click on the camera icon, then Upload an image. Add your photo and wait for Google Images to provide data on the picture.