A photoblog is a form of blog in which the focus is on photos and photo sharing instead of the text of the author. The key difference between a regular blog and a photoblog is the heavy use and focus of photos rather than text. Photoblogs tend to be more visually appealing to viewers than text-based blogs. A photoblog is also known as a plog or...
Lock screen is a feature introduced in Microsoft’s next-generation Windows 8 operating system. The lock screen includes two components: a lock screen background image with dynamic battery status, network icons, and message icons, and a login screen for entering a password and gain access to the system. The lock screen feature is optimized for both tablets and PC users. The lock screen feature of Windows 8 looks akin to the lock screen of the Windows Phone OS.
Unlike Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, Windows 8 requires the lock screen feature because it can be used in touch screen environments. One of the interesting aspects of the lock screen feature is that it displays notification with respect to a specific task. The user may choose to configure the notifications to be sent from all supported applications or only from the required applications from the list. In addition, Windows 8 allows users to personalize the lock screen background without the use of third-party utilities.
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