Windows 10 Could Get Customizable Lock Screens Just Like Windows Phone 8.1

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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With every new build of Windows 10 that gets released, new features get surfaced, previewing a really mature operating system, with plenty of options that make it a great solution for both desktop and mobile users.
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One of these features is said to be customizable lock screens, as you can see in the above screenshot. By the looks of it, it seems that Windows 10 will borrow one more feature that is already present in Windows Phone – the option to customize the lock screen.

We can see that the above Windows 10 lockscreen comes with a different font than the usual one and there are Skype notifications and their number as well as Windows Mail inbox messages.

However, it seems that this functionality has been brought by a third-party app and it’s not possible to customize your lockscreen from within the system itself.

But it is expected, if this is really possible, for more developers to make use of this functionality and release apps on the revamped Windows Store that will allow use to customize our lockscreens in style. What’s your take on this?

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