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A small PowerShell script to save Windows 10 lock screen images to a more accessible location.
$files = gci $Env:LocalAppData\Packages\Microsoft.Windows.ContentDeliveryManager_cw5n1h2txyewy\LocalState\Assets |
where Length -gt 1kb
if ($files) {
$shell = New-Object -ComObject Shell.Application
$folder = "$Env:USERPROFILE\Pictures\Spotlight"
if (!(Test-Path $folder)) { mkdir $folder }
$files | % {
$_ | Copy-Item -Destination $folder\$_.jpg
Get-Item $folder\$_.jpg
} | % {
$namespace = $shell.namespace($folder)
$item = $namespace.ParseName($_.Name)
$size = $namespace.GetDetailsOf($item, 31)
if ($size -match '(\d+) x (\d+)') {
$width = [int]($Matches[1])
$height = [int]($Matches[2])
}
if (!$size -or $width -lt 500 -or $height -lt 500) {
Remove-Item $_
}
}
}
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commented May 4, 2019

Line 5 can be changed to $Folder = [ System.Environment ]:: GetFolderPath('MyPictures') + '\Spotlight' ;, so even if the user change the Pictures location it will save correctly.

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