The new version of Windows 10 leaked, will have parallax 3D effect lock screen, new desktop wallpapers, and more

According to the latest report, based on new information found in the fresh preview, Microsoft is now internally testing the ingenious improvements to the Windows 10 lock screen, desktop and camera settings.

Lock screen experience

Windows lock screen experience was first introduced in Windows 8. In the next version of Windows 10, its effect is getting better and better, supporting parallax 3D effects. If it works properly on your Windows tablet, when you rotate the device, it will make your lock screen look cooler and support the accelerometer.

If you don’t like the parallax function, you can turn off the “Subtle panning effect driven by the device accelerometer” in the settings app, as shown in the screenshot below.

When this option is turned off, users will see a static lock screen background image.

Desktop Spotlight Spotlight

Microsoft has been trying to bring Windows Spotlight functionality to the desktop. It now appears that this feature will arrive with Windows 10 21H2 (that is, the Sun Valley update) in the second half of 2021.

The spotlight will allow you to replace the desktop background with Bing images of the day. To enable this feature on the desktop, you need to open Settings>Personalization, and then select Spotlight Collection from the options, as shown in the screenshot.

Camera settings

Microsoft seems to be experimenting with new camera settings in the main Windows 10 “Settings” app.

The new camera settings will allow you to change brightness, contrast, preview image quality, fix hardware issues, etc. directly from the settings app.

In addition to the lock screen and desktop functions, this preview version also improves the taskbar, battery monitor, and built-in settings application.

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