How to set Wallpaper on two monitors?

Hello. Please tell me set myself two monitors.
In the settings screen set as primary and secondary.

Here is the problem when you install the Wallpaper or lock screen , the Wallpapers are set only on the primary monitor, and the second is just dark screen.
Tell me how to solve the problem, or resources where you can read the decision.
Windows 10.
June 10th 19 at 15:37
3 answers
June 10th 19 at 15:39
Solution
Staff will not work. I advise you to try DisplayFusion, but there is not a day for two monitors in its pure form, so he can't (and nobody can):

Solved!... kinda. At least for me anyways, lol

I'm not sure if this can apply to everyone, probably not, but I did a work around using DisplayFusion with Dual Screen Savers.. one is the image for my lock screen and the other goes to a web interface I made for my IP Cameras.. so when my computer locks they come up. When I get out of the screen saver, it just fades to my lock/login screen. That works for me but I just started using it.. took only a few minutes to get about what I wanted.

DisplaFusion Pro is pretty cool and I recommend it. The ability to load websites, videos, etc.. is pretty awesome! And I can't wait to think of other cool customization ideas to use it for..

Thanks
June 10th 19 at 15:41
June 10th 19 at 15:43
Weird. I have everything installed by regular means Windows. Just made the folder where you put the images and indicated in personalization. And the screensaver works on all (three) monitors. Only screen blocking will be on one (active working) monitor, but it is logical.

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PS: the images on the monitors are different
It seems that the default was more concerned with the Wallpaper it was on the day. - Adrienne81 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:46
, https://answers.microsoft.com/ru-ru/windows/forum/... - Austin13 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:49
, Yes, I read the link - or if I was already asleep again complain that staff is not working, despite the fact that in 8.1. it seems to be. In any case, a similar result can be obtained by using DisplayFusion. - Adrienne81 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:52

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