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Windows 8 App to Change Lock Screen Image

Windows 8 has few nice looking wallpapers built-in to beautify its Lock Screen or you can choose one from your computer. If you want more choices, you can install the app LockPic from Windows Store, browse images from different category and set one as your Lock Screen image. LockPic is free on Windows Store and offers thousands of amazing images from wallpaperfusion.

You can change Lock Screen wallpaper from Windows’8 Personalize option (Settings – Change PC Settings – Personalize – Lock Screen). LockPic is even more easy to use. After installation, click on its tile from Start Screen, choose an image from the list and click “Set as Lock Screen image”.

LockPic also lets you search images with in the app and allows saving the image locally on your computer.

LockPic is a nice app, if you love customization and wallpapers. You can install it free from Windows Store under “Life Style” section.


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