Now, because Microsoft is moving toward to “Windows as a Service” update model, there are a lot of incomplete features or things that don’t currently work, but they will get updated in due time. This is the example with the default background in the sign-in screen, which you can’t change or remove. Previously, we have to resource to a workaround to disable the background modifying the registry, but it’s not the right solution. In Windows 10 build 10547 and later, the software giant is making some changes. While the company isn’t yet providing a way to change the default Windows 10 wallpaper, it’s giving us the option to disable the background picture on the sign-in screen. If you don’t like the background on the logon screen follow these steps to disable it:

Disable logon screen background

You’re now done. To see the changes reboot or lock your computer and try to sign-in again, and you will see that the default wallpaper has been replaced by a solid color background, which comes from the current color accent in your profile. Although, you can’t currently change the background to anything else, it’s a welcome addition, and who knows, perhaps future updates may include additional changes, such as the ability to choose your own background image. How do you like this new change? Do you want Microsoft to include an option to allow you change the default wallpaper as well? Tell us in the comments below. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.