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Download Lock Screen Customizer for Windows 8.1

Lock Screen was a new concept when Windows 8 was launched. It shows the time, your Wi-Fi status and some other useful information. Although, Microsoft has added only limited customization feature to customize Lock Screen in Windows 8 and 8.1 as well. I had published one article Give a New Look to Windows 8 Lock Screen with Lock Screen Customizer that shows you that how you can change Windows 8 Lock Screen using the Lock Screen Customizer application. Now this app has been updated and supports Windows 8.1 and can also be used to change Time Format, Logon settings and Lock Screen Slideshow Duration.
You can also use the same app to disable Lock Screen in Windows 8.1.In Windows 8, Lock Screen was limited with a single picture and you can’t enable slideshow without using third party customization tools. But in Windows 8.1 Lock Screens slideshow is a built-in feature and you have to just turn it on in PC Settings. Using Lock Screen Customizer you can set the slideshow duration that is not available with Windows 8.1 PC default Settings.You can also enable verbose logon messages to make your login screen more attractive and informative.Lock Screen Customizer is portable app and supports multi-language UI. You can download it free from here.


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