- There are a few ways to change your desktop background set by your organization.
- You can use the Windows Registry Editor to change the settings for your desktop wallpaper, or you can use the Windows PowerShell cmdlets to change the desktop background for your computer.
How To Change Desktop Background Windows 10
*Some settings are hidden or managed by your organization (Lock Screen, Windows 10)
There are a few ways to unlock your desktop background. One way is to use the Desktop Applet in Windows 10 or Windows 8.1. Another way is to use the Control Panel and select Change Desktop Background.
To unlock your desktop background, open the Start menu and select “Control Panel” and then “Desktop Backgrounds.” Under “Desktop Backgrounds,” you’ll find a list of available backgrounds. Choose the one you want to use and then click the “Unlock” button.
Disable your desktop background by opening the system Preferences and clicking on the Desktop Background tab. There you can change the wallpaper, or choose a custom image if you have one.
There are a few ways to turn off group policy wallpaper. One way is to open the Group Policy Editor and select the site or computers you want to change the wallpaper on. Another way is to go to the Administrative Tools and click on the Group Policy Editor button.
There is no one definitive answer to this question. You can try setting different wallpaper for different domain users by using the following steps:
Log into your account and open the “Desktop & Menu” Preferences window.
Scroll down to the bottom of the preferences window and select “Wallpaper.”
Change the wallpaper to whatever you want.