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Windows 10 will have dynamic lock screen images with panning motion

Lock Screen Background Motion is a new feature of Windows 10 that adds dynamic lock screen images.

Windows 10 build 21277 is full of hidden gems. We have already seen a bunch of new Settings options, such as the Webcam page, Battery usage history, and more. One more hidden feature that is coming to Windows 10 is lock screen images with the panning motion effect.

Windows 10 will soon allow you to use Spotlight as Desktop background

Windows 10 features the Spotlight 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. One of the most anticipated Windows 10 features is the ability to use those stunning lockscreen images as your Desktop background. The good news is that Microsoft is currently working on it.

Windows 10 Anniversary Update shows location origin for Spotlight images

With the latest changes in Windows 10 Anniversary Update, which is represented by the stable build 14393.105, Microsoft added a small new feature to the Spotlight Lock Screen background. Now it shows the location where the image was taken, that is, the origin of the photograph shown on the Lock screen. This can be seen by clicking or tapping a special button.

Download 171 Windows Spotlight images from Windows 10

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.

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