An entertaining application for systems running Windows 8.1, which enables you to change your lock screen picture with an image from your favorite film
|Updated||Mar 1st 2018|
Tasos Sardelis N/A N/A
|Crack Size||443 KB|
|Systems||Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
MovieLock is a fun and interesting piece of software developed specifically for Windows 8.1, that aims to provide you with the ability to change your lock screen picture with one from your favorite film.
The tool features a user-friendly interface, much like most of the Metro apps, allowing you to view the most popular film images at the moment, letting you browse through them.
MovieLock is sufficiently approachable and easy to handle, so regardless of your level of experience, you will not encounter difficulties in working with it.
To change your lock screen in Windows 8.1, you can browse through the movies displayed in the main window, which are constantly updated with the latest popular choices from The Movie Database.
You can click on a title and MovieLock will display the corresponding picture for that film, which can be used as a lock screen. However, it only features one photo for each movie, so if you do not like what the program offers, there are no alternative options.
Aside from the items listed in the main window, MovieLock allows you to find other entries as well, based on a user-defined keyboard. The relevant results are displayed for you to browse through, and when you have finally found a picture you would like to use as your lock screen, you can press on the proper button to set it.
The change is operated the within moments, so the next time you log off your account, you will be greeted on your return by the image you set. However, it does not feature a built-in function to revert any of the modifications.
To conclude, MovieLock for Windows 8.1 is an entertaining utility that can help you alter your PC's lock screen with an image from your favorite film, offering numerous options to choose from.
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