Microsoft brings the Windows Spotlight feature to the desktop
Many users prefer to change the wallpaper frequently, after all, it looks comfortable, but it is sometimes a little troublesome to take the time to find some wallpapers that you like and then cut.
Therefore, Microsoft previously launched the Bing wallpaper software, which is specifically used to help users change wallpapers. Bing releases new wallpapers to end-users every day.
The Windows 10 lock screen interface can be set to Spotlight, and the wallpaper on the lock screen interface can also be changed automatically in the Spotlight mode.
Users do not need to install any software to automatically change the lock screen interface. Now Microsoft is extending this feature to the Windows 10 home screen.
In the latest development test version, Microsoft has added the Windows Spotlight feature to the desktop in the personalized settings.
When the Spotlight option is enabled, Windows 10 normally pushes new wallpapers to users every day, and this process does not require user intervention.