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1. On the Start Menu view > Move your mouse to the lower left or upper left so you can see the Charms Menu
2. Click on Settings then look at the lower right you’ll see More PC Settings, click on it.
3. Once you have the PC Settings Menu, click on the Personalize.
4. On the Right Pane > click on Account Picture.

1. On the Start Menu view > Move your mouse to the lower left or upper left so you can see the Charms Menu
2. Click on Settings then look at the lower right you’ll see More PC Settings, click on it.
3. Once you have the PC Settings Menu, click on the Personalize.
4. On the Right Pane > click on Account Picture.

Note. This article has been updated to reflect changes, primarily because Windows 8.1 has been updated. On the Home screen, right-click the current design, then click Switch Print Account. You can also change your account picture exactly in PC settings, you can also customize the lock and home screen screen.

Account pictures are stored in Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 in C:\Users\\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\AccountPictures. You can copy and paste your new featured image directly into this folder to avoid using the Metro information selection UI. If you are undoubtedly using a local user account, open the PC settings.

Manage your Windows user’s bank account image in 10/10 Home and Pro! 1. Simply use the Windows logo key combination + I and enter the text “Account in the picture”. 2. Press or/and click “Your account: picture and information settings”.

Step 1: Log in to the PC from the installation splash screen. Click the “Male” or “Woman” icon on the home screen and select “Change account picture” to access PC settings. Tips. To enter buildings another way, see How to enter PC settings on a Windows 10 PC for detailed instructions.


The desired pressure selection page does not appear. Typically, if your Windows 8 is simply not activated, you won’t be able to customize the screen, launch the lock screen, or see a picture of the user’s account balance. Therefore, first make sure that you have successfully activated Windows 8. You can check the Windows activation status in the system properties.

To set up this feature in Windows 8, click or tap “Create a picture password” under “User” in PC settings. In Windows 8.1, click in the “Add picture password” section. Enter your account password when prompted. Click or tap “Select Image” and review your image research to find an image you like.