I recently got a Windows 10 tablet, and logged into it with my Microsoft account. To my surprise, the face that greeted me from my wallpaper after I had logged in for the first time was Unabomber Ted Kaczynski!
The customization menu showed a "desktopbackgrounds" album. Apparently Windows 10 had grabbed some pictures in some way associated with my Microsoft account—I recognized the Ted Kaczynski photo as one I'd used in a TeleRead article about the Unabomber phenomenon—and the slide show cycled through a couple of other random images I recognized.
The thing is, I have no idea where this album or these photos are. They're not in any of my OneDrive directories. I can't find it in my Microsoft Account profile. So where did they come from?
I don't want every new Windows device I get to greet me with the Unabomber's photo! Can anyone shed some light on this, please?