Microsoft first released Windows 10 on July 29, 2015. Although users received a lot of new features, there were also some complaints about the operating system.
One of the biggest complaints was related to Windows 10’s default desktop wallpaper.
Many users reported that their default wallpaper was a mosaic of tiles that didn’t look very good on their desktop.
To fix this problem, users had to reset their desktop wallpaper to an earlier date.
- Resetting Windows 10 can help you solve various issues, and if you’re in this situation, this guide will show you how.
- To do it, you’ll need to copy the necessary files to a safe location, and some things need to be repaired.
- There’s more you can do, such as updating your drivers or running a repair, so make sure you read everything.
Run the Command prompt
- Type “cmd” in the Search bar.
- Right-click on “Command prompt”.
- From the context menu, select “Run as administrator”.
- In the command prompt, type the following command and hit Enter: “sfc/scannow”
- The Command prompt will start running the System File Checker.
- Wait till the process is complete.
Use the System Restore option
- Press the Windows key + S key, type system, and select System Restore from the results.
- Choose the Create a restore point option.
- Choose the Next button.
- In the System Restore window, click the Select a restore point option.
- Select the Date and then click on the Next button.
- Choose the Next button.
- Wait until the process is complete.
Run the System File Checker tool
- To do that, press the Windows key + S Start menu button, enter cmd in the text field, and select the Run as administrator option under Command prompt.
- In the Command prompt, paste the following command and press Enter: sfc/scannow
- Wait for the scanning process to complete and restart Windows.
Use the System Restore tool
- Press Windows + S, type Recovery in the text field, and click on the relevant search result.
- Go to System Restore, and select Create a restore point.
- Now, click on the Next button.
- Now, select the Restore my system to an earlier time option.
- Select the necessary date and click on Next.
- Wait for the process to finish.
- Restart your PC.
Use Command prompt with DISM
- Press Windows Key + X to open Win + X menu and choose Command prompt (Admin) or Powershell (Admin).
- When Command prompt starts, run the following command: DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth
- DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth:RestoreHealth
- DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth:CaptureHealth