Windows 10 features a new feature which allows you to have a random image on the Lock screen every time you see it. It downloads beautiful images from the Internet and shows them on your lock screen. So, every time you boot or lock Windows 10, you will see a new lovely image. The images are breathtakingly beautiful. However, Microsoft made the downloaded images hidden from the end user.
We already covered how you can find Windows Spotlight images and use them as your wallpaper or somewhere else.
Windows 10 downloads images for the lock screen from the Internet. This behavior is controlled by the appropriate option in the Settings app. In our previous articles, we shared a big collection of Windows Spotlight images extracted from pre-release builds and RTM builds of Windows 10. Refer to the following articles:
- Download new Lock Screen backgrounds from Windows 10 build 10558
- Download Windows 10 Lockscreen images
Today, we are happy to share another HUGE set of Windows Spotlight images found in Windows 10 Threshold 2 and Redstone 1 branch builds. You can download 171 Windows Spotlight images included in Windows 10:
In the comments, feel free to share if you like these Spotlight images or not (via WindowsCentral).
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