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По этому сообщению additional feedback? You should see a bunch of files in this folder if you have been using Windows Spotlight for some time. Windoww suggest turning on Spotlight for a couple of weeks and then grabbing all the images. I have the same question JPG, so try them in that order. Yes No. Windows Spotlight is available in all desktop editions of Windows
 
 

 

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Is there a way to find info on where around the world specific photos were taken? Some of them are awesome pics. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Threats include any threat of suicide, violence, or harm to another. Any content of an adult theme or inappropriate to a community web site.

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Any image, link, or discussion related to child pornography, child nudity, or other child abuse or exploitation. I would like to inform that this feature is by design however you can get the details if you are using bing. Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Thanks for your feedback. Your answer does NOT answer the question.

Please try again to explain where I and others who have viewed this question can find the details about the lock screen images. As you might well know, details about the Bing Desktop images are easily accessible: just point to the Info button on the Bing Desktop Toolbar. Where is that same information found for the lock screen images? Let us know if you need further assistance. We will be happy to help. That is not our question.

We are asking you a different question so let me try again. When Windows 10 goes to sleep, upon waking it, by moving the mouse, W10 displays a “spotlight” image not one of the lockscreen images found above. The image displayed is called a “spotlight” image and it changes about every 2 days from a library of images stored and updated on OneDrive by Microsoft.

Sorry to inform you that we don’t have information about where spotlight images are created or taken. It is being randomly picked by Bing or from internet. Hope you can understand. Do feel free to post on the forum if you have any more concern related to Windows.

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Ramesh Kumar. Details required : characters remaining Cancel Submit 2 people found this reply helpful. From what I can gather, all these images are pulled together by Microsoft and they hold the copyrights to them, or they are public domain. Regardless, even looking at the saved files, there is no meta data stored with them, which has to be intentional. The images are part of what Microsoft seems to be using for analytics, to improve their machine learning there have been some embarrassing mistakes done by MS on this, such as the “robot” that was trying to pick up the vernacular of younger people, which was pulled in a day or two after release.

But, I digress. Since there is no easy to trace meta data and it is intentionally keeping these secret, the only “easy” method I have found it to take a screen shot, or use the snipping tool and then go to google images, where you can use the reverse image lookup feature.

An imperfect method. Neither do I. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 10 Search Community member.

I now understand that they come from Bing. I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. Previous Next. Hi, Thank you for posting in Microsoft community.

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In reply to A. User’s post on November 2, Pavan N. Hi, Thank you for the response. Thank you. User’s post on January 28, In reply to Jforman’s post on February 3, Hi James, Sorry to inform you that we don’t have information about where spotlight images are created or taken.

Ashok Srinath. In reply to Ramesh. Kumar’s post on February 5, Hello Ramesh,. So you should pass the request on to the bing team, if indeed they are providing the images. Regarding the implementation of the feature, I suggest that the image information can be provided within the same dialog where users are prompted to provide feedback on whether or not they like the image they are seeing.

In reply to Ashok Srinath’s post on February 6, Hi, If you have any feedback related to Windows and want some changes in the next version or update then you need to post them on the Feedback app. Press the Windows key. Type Feedback in the box. Then follow the on screen instruction to provide feedback. Kumar’s post on February 6, How can I find out where in the world the Spotlight Image was taken?

How can I found out who owns the Copyright to the image for resuse? It is annoying. In reply to stanislavf’s post on March 31, The app is Spotbrite. You can then download the “spotlight” photos and right click the file then go to properties then details. This site in other languages x.

 
 

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