The default Windows login screen is boring, banal and bland but it doesn’t have to be. Some Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEMs) will sometimes modify the Windows logon screen to show their company logo or wallpaper. While most people know how to change their desktop wallpapers fewer know how to change the login screen. Then backup the registry by right-clicking the Computer icon in the upper left pane and choosing Export.
If for some reason you don’t see that OEMBackground key, right click an empty part of the Registry editor and mouse over to New and left click DWORD (32-bit Value). The first rule is that the image has to be less than 256KB and should match your screen resolution so that the image doesn’t look stretched or squished. Once you have background image we need to move it to the folder Windows is expecting to find it.
And keep in mind if you change your theme it will erase the Registry tweak we made earlier.  If you have questions just hit me up in the comments.
I’ve tried this 20+ times, constantly made sure everything was correct, and it has not worked.
Logon Editor stands for an easy way to changing the logon screen in Windows 7 and replace it with any picture you want.
Once launched, Logon Editor will automatically show the logon screen currently in use in the largest part of its interface. All the tweaking is done in the upper part of the application window and all modifications will automatically become visible in the logon picture.
The way the new photo fits the screen can be previewed in Logon Editor directly in an easy fashion. If you have a different screen resolution you can type it in yourself or choose the easy way and set Logon Editor to open the preview in full screen.

Reverting to the previous size of the application is not done through tapping the ESC key as most of the users would think. Further options in the software permit you to modify the username to whatever you want and Windows 7 branding. If you are done tinkering around about the image you want to pick as the new logon screen wallpaper, you can continue the tweaking process by modifying the shadow for the text and buttons in the picture. One very handy feature for those prone to boredom easily is the possibility to build a logon screen and save it for later use. On the same note, if you open a previously saved logon screen the application does not let you apply it. There is a set of known issues with the application and there are also some unknown bugs at work in this version. Logon Editor is still in beta stage, but it fulfills its main purpose, that of freshening up the logon screen of your Windows 7.
Note: The application is still in beta stage and, as such we award it with our default 3-star rating.
My beautiful, classy Lenovo THiNK logon background had mysteriously vanished (due to Windows updates?) and in its place was that ghastly blue Windows background. It can also add finer modifications to the screen, such as altering the text and button style. The name is more than suggestive of its purpose but to make things clear, the application is designed as a quick method to modify the screen displayed by Windows at logon. It is also in beta stage (a pretty stable beta judging by our testing) and works only on Windows 7.
With the latter you do not have the liberty of typing in a text string yourself but simply select between the real Windows 7 editions: Ultimate, Professional, Home Premium, Home Basic and Starter.
You can disable all shadow, apply a light effect with half-opaque buttons or go with fully transparent buttons.

Create several of them and load them alternatively without wasting more time making adjustments.
We noticed that whenever the application was launched it would display a message saying that it cannot retrieve the current user picture.
But this edition is still in beta so everything is likely to be fixed for the final version. There are still some loose ends to be tied up, but all the major functions are stable and during our testing no important issues were detected. Now here is yet another powerful tool Windows 7 Logon Screen Editor for changing Windows 7 Login Screen.Windows 7 Logon Screen Editor provides an easy way to customize the logon background.
Fortunately there are tools available ready to take on the challenge of refreshing the windows offered by the operating system and allow you to easily replace them with whatever pictures you want.
Of course, for this screen to appear your computer account needs to be protected by a password.
This fact comes as a relief for newbies who’ll definitely appreciate the ease of use. For this you have the possibility to enlarge the application window of the program to a custom size or one of the presets available: 640x480, 800x600 or 1024x768.
Or just send them to your friends, because every setting is saved in the file, so you can share the logon screen.

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