Microsoft Brings Windows 11 Spotlight to Windows 10


Microsoft Brings Windows 11 Spotlight to Windows 10


For those of you who use Windows 10 do not be discouraged and think that Microsoft will not pay attention to their old versions, it is true that since the release of Windows 11 companies are more focused on developing their latest operating system version. This is also certainly felt by Windows 10 users when Microsoft released it for the first time.

Well recently Microsoft brought back their latest update for Windows 10 users, where one of the features in Windows 11 is presented for Windows 10 users called Spotlight Desktop. This feature allows users to be able to change their desktop Wallpaper with just one click, still supported by Bing Image of course.

Spotlight itself is one of the exclusive features presented by Microsoft in Windows 11, which was the first time it could only be used when the device was locked. But after being changed a little Microsoft also gave access to change the image on the desktop.

As seen from the image above, you can find the option "Switch to the next picture" to move on to the next image, you can also like this image where Bing will automatically look for similar images to display. Meanwhile, if you click the option not like the image then Bing will stop showing similar images.

"Microsoft has added some features to Windows 10 in the build 19045.4116, which is rolling out to testers in the Release Preview Channel. The most notable one is adding Desktop Spotlight to explore different locations. All you need to do is click on the icon, and the link will redirect you to Bing in the Edge browser.

Spotlight, previously exclusive to the lock screen in Windows 10, now also works on the desktop. These Spotlight wallpapers are powered by Bing's image of the day, and you can enable the optional feature from Personalization > Background. Finally, you can choose "Spotlight" from the dropdown menu."

What do you think? This new build also presents some interesting improvements, including the following:

  • The wrong UI for Internet Options Data Settings in Microsoft Edge is fixed.
  • Remote Desktop Web Authentication problems while connecting to sovereign cloud endpoints are not a problem anymore.
  • Japanese Input Method Editor (IME) failing to work for custom desktops is fixed now.
  • Windows Hello for Business now works with Microsoft Entra ID on all apps.
  • Delayed Azure Virtual Desktop sessions are now fixed.