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With Windows 10 December update a New Windows 10 unlock screen has appeared before the normal one.  How do I get rid of this?

(MALWARE?)

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1 minute ago, RobertJ said:

With Windows 10 December update a New Windows 10 unlock screen has appeared before the normal one.

A bigger picture with the whole screen might help.

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The Whole Screen is an extension of the background.  This appears before the LOCK SCREEN

 

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A picture of the whole screen will still be very helpful. Without seeing anything else, the offset of the OK button to the text makes me think this is a bitlocker recovery screen key asking you to login with your live account. But again, we'd need a picture of the entire screen to get a better assessment

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Been home for a few hours from the hospital and the screen has disappeared.  Must of had something to do with logging onto the hospital wifi guest account.  Don't know how to delete the files on my computer that caused the above screen while using their WiFi

Was there for 16 days and looks like I need to go back, dam!

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I'm getting better did not go back into hospital.  Anyway problem is still there.  I even tried restore and this log on screen still appears before windows lock screen.  Is there a program that can download my computer info to better help you to help me?  This could be a hack attempt.

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