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Powershell – Grab Windows 10 LockScreen Images


If you love those new Windows 10 lock screen images like me then you may want to keep a copy for yourself so you can enjoy them as a permanent desktop background or just keep them for a collection. This PowerShell script will let you copy/grab the Windows 10 lockscreen images and save them to the specified destination.

There are a couple of things you will need to do after running this script. First one is the file names, by default it has lenghthy file names so you may want to rename them and the second thing is that it also copies files that are not images. This is because the actual images don’t have a file extension so I don’t have a direct way of distinguishing between an image file and non image file. So after copy, you can change the view to thumbnails and just remove the ones that aren’t actual image files.


August 18, 2016 PowerShell, Script Jd
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