Bing My Lockscreen: Add beautiful images to Windows 8 Lockscreen

The Lock Screen in Windows 8 is something different from all other platforms. To maintain its uniqueness and individuality, many prefer to customize it. Bing has come up with their all new Lock screen App for Windows 8. This free app by Bing delivers 8 great looking HD images daily for your Windows 8 Lock screen. Now with no extra effort you can change lock screen images daily or even after some hours. The app automatically updates itself for new and amazing wallpapers for the lock screen.


If you liked an image, you can directly choose it as the lock screen image else you can save and store it on your hard disk and manually change the lock screen. Images are updated periodically and you can see new images in the app periodically.

You can even view the images in full screen so that every detail is clear. You can double-click an image to open full screen. Once you’ve opened an image in full screen, it would also show you a short description of it.


All the 8 images loaded are in the high quality, giving you a wonderful HD experience on Lock Screen. Under the Settings, you can choose your region to get the best images suited to your region. There is even an option for automatic updating of images – but you can disable it and manually update images, if you wish.

If you are ever stuck or you are not able to change the images you can click on the Help button which will tell you whether your PC has passed all the tests or not, and it will also confirm to you if the app is working fine or not. You can even save the images from the app so that you can use it as desktop background or as a wallpaper.

Overall, it is a wonderful app with an amazing gallery of HD images. It is a must-have application as it lets you update lock screen periodically.

Lock screen App for Windows 8 download

Click here to download Amazing Lock Screen from Windows Store.

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Lavish loves to follow up on the latest happenings in technology. He loves to try out new Windows-based software and gadgets and is currently learning JAVA. He loves to develop new software for Windows. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software is always recommended, he feels.

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