There’s a lot we would like to see from Windows 10, but we should start by taking a look at the first thing you will notice when you turn on your device. We are live from Microsoft Build Developer Conference 2015, where we are getting to see amazing demos. Among them is one of the Windows 10 lockscreen.
This demo is special because it displays the Windows 10 lockscreen is much more than just a welcome screen. It does much more than protect against accidental actions and strangers using your device. This lockscreen actually learns from your preferences and allows you to take various quick actions without even entering your PC interface.
The images switch periodically and the software can learn what types of images you prefer, for example. You can also interact with Cortana and take a look at certain notifications. It’s a pretty awesome looking experience, but hopefully we can learn more soon. This is simply a quick look at something that will likely be much mroe complex.