How to Download Windows 10 Spotlight Lock Screen Images

Windows 10 do have some charming features and "Windows' Spotlight Image" feature is excellent. Windows 10 includes an element which changes your "Lockscreen" (Welcome screen) wallpaper automatically. These images are randomly chosen from Bing and set as your lock screen image without any issue. You get daily fresh and lovely wallpapers delivered to you.
These images look great and have a high resolution; Microsoft has named this feature as Windows Spotlight, and you can adjust its settings from the main configuration area.
Microsoft does not provide an option to download the Windows Spotlight pictures, and here you can find a method to download those images and use them as desktop wallpaper or by your way. Windows 10 do have a slideshow feature for desktop wallpaper, but for that, you will need to download pictures and define the path of the image.

How to Download Windows 10 Spotlight Images

Luckily all images are already downloaded on your Windows 10 Machine, so you will have to find those images and rename their file extensions to use them as your desktop background. You can find all downloaded images in following the path (copy paste this path in File Explorer):-
C:\Users\Yogiraj Mishra\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.Windows.ContentDeliveryManager_cw5n1h2txyewy\LocalState\Assets

Or open Run Program and copy paste below line to open Windows spotlight wallpaper folder:-
%localappdata%\Packages\Microsoft.Windows.ContentDeliveryManager_cw5n1h2txyewy\LocalState\Assets
Files in this folder will not have any file extension; you can copy those files into a new folder and change their file extension to (dot)PNG to use them as your background. You can also copy all files into one folder and add it into slideshow path.
Follow this link to know how you can change the file extension in bulk:-

How to Change File Extensions in Bulk with Command Prompt

It is very easy to rename files in bulk into another extension; recently I was working with some corrupted images, and I decided to change the file format of all photos at once. Sometimes you may need to modify the file extension of lots of files at once, and it can be easily done without any issue using the command prompt.
There are some other options too, in case if you have missed some of Windows Spotlight Image you can just Google them on Google Images search or just visit bing.com/gallary.

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