what do you mean by factory default programs?
Do you mean fresh install?
Sadly, there are very few default scripting/coding utilities on a fresh windows and doing
such a thing in a command line and notepad is somewhat frustrating.
I believe it is possible to use Windows Script Host to do this, but it is the only way I can think of that is "somewhat reasonable" and doesnt involve writing shellcode in command
prompt using default utilities to hardcode an executable...
If I had to do something like this, I would stick to microsoft office, or if you do not
have that installed, you can try using Dynamic HTML in notepad and run the slideshow
in a browser, as most browsers can support old-style Dynamic HTML, and internet explorer comes with any windows platform, this can be done.
Also, you can try using a batch script to open a certain image in a certain interval, and reset afterwards (dont know how), but this would be a pain as well.
The most elegant solution I would imagine would be Dynamic HTML... although it does not "particularly" use a command prompt...
Hopefully this helped :X