Previously I posted ways to save images from Windows Spotlight manually, and via Windows PowerShell. I also started development of a Windows Store App to make it even easier. Unfortunately, after getting about halfway through development, a solution was uploaded by the name of SpotBright.
These relate to any software or scripts I develop.
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Save The Spotlight – PowerShell
Previously I posted a way to save images from Windows Spotlight manually – but who wants that hassle? So, to save you time, I’ve scripted this with PowerShell. This script is likely to evolve over time, as Microsoft are likely to change how the software works. Perhaps one day they’ll give us the save button …
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Save the Spotlight – Manually
So, you liked that image on your lock screen? That came from a system called Windows Spotlight, which doesn’t let you save the images at the time of writing this post. For those who would like to save these pictures, read on.
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