Windows 10 Review
I can only assume that this is an oversight that will be fixed by the time Windows 10 drops, but as of now…the new Settings menu
Windows 10′s new Settings menu is supposed to make it easy for non-tech-savvy users to find basic features and settings — but it’s not quite there yet, at least not in the Technical Preview (Build 9926).
For example, let’s take a look at the Personalization tab: According to the description, this is where you should be able to view and change settings related to the desktop background, lock screen, colors, and sounds. But if you click through to Personalization you’ll find that there’s not a whole lot there, in fact, it’s pretty much just lock screen settings.
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At the top of the screen, you’ll see a preview of what your lock screen currently looks like. You can change the background (but only the lock screen background, not your desktop background) style by clicking the drop down menu under Background and choosing a type (Windows Default, Picture, or Slideshow). If you choose Windows Default, there will be no additional options and the lock screen will adhere to the default Windows theme on your PC.
If you choose Picture, you’ll see five of the most recent lock screen pictures, as well as a Browse button that you can click if you want to search for a picture on your PC.
Source: Sarah Jacobsson Purewal
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