You can do very cool things in Windows 10, but t he first object that greets you when you turn on OS is the lock screen. Clicking or pointing to it will take you to the login screen where you log on to Windows. It may seem unnecessary but it brings with it some priests who can be useful before even starting Windows.
From the lock screen, you can view information from some apps, including your calendar, weather, and other helpful features. Those who have the Windows 10 anniversary update and above can also chat with Cortana. And you can customize the screen with your favorite wallpaper or slideshow. How to use.
To access the settings of your lock screen, go to Settings> Customization> Lock Screen .
Background screen for Windows 10 Lock screen
The first thing you can change is the lock screen image. Under the background, choose between Windows spotlight, a static image or a slide show with multiple images.
If you select Windows spotlight, the lock screen will display different images at regular intervals. You can vote on which images you prefer (swing over "Like what you see?" At the top right to vote yes or no), so that Windows 10 better understands your preferences and show photos you will enjoy.
If you prefer To make the decision yourself, choose Image you can choose from a selection of thumbnails. You can also find your own image by browsing your computer folders. The Slideshow option allows you to select multiple images to become part of a slideshow of rotating images.
If you are satisfied with your lock screen image, you can keep the same for your login screen. Just scroll down the Lock screen settings page to enable the "Show lock screen background image on login screen."
Windows 10 Lock Screen Apps
With Windows 10, you can also add some pieces of information to your lock screen. Click the plus sign under "Select an app to view detailed status."
Here you can choose to see details from Xbox, Messaging, Mail, 3D Viewer, Weather and Calendar, and more. For example, if you select Calendar, you can view today's meetings while selecting Weather will show the current temperature.
You can then also select multiple apps to display a fast status, which simply means fewer details. Click on each icon under the phrase "Select program to show quick status". Again, you can select such apps as Weather, Messages and Calendar as well as Alarm & Clock, Mail and Windows Store. The next time the lock screen pops up, you should see information from the apps you chose.
] Chat with Cortana on the lock screen
The coolest option for anyone can be the ability to chat with Cortana on the lock screen without having to log in. On the Lock screen menu, scroll down to and click on "Cortana lock screen settings." Scroll down to Lock screen and make sure "Use Cortana even when my device is locked" is turned on.
As long as this option is enabled, you can say "Hello, Cortana" and talk directly to Microsoft's voice assistant, even if you are not logged on to Windows 10. Again, you must have Windows 10 anniversary update or higher installed.  To enhance your interactions with Cortana on the lock screen, select the option to allow integration with your calendar, email, messages and Power BI data even when the device is locked.
You will find it with some simple tweaks and settings changed, there are many things you can do in Windows 10 before you even have the opportunity to log in to your account. And if you don't want to remember a password, use a picture instead. You can also go without a whole, but we do not recommend it.