Some of the breathtaking images are taken directly to your computer screen via the Spotlight feature of Windows 10. You can even explore the results of custom images to your interests by setting the "Like what you do" option. see "on the lock screen. However, you can sometimes find this option missing. Here is what you can do to restore Like what you see Windows 10 Spotlight option.
Enable Windows Spotlight as you see it
Windows Spotlight is a feature included by default in Windows 10. The feature automatically downloads images from Bing and displays them when the lock screen becomes visible. If the Spotlight image is not accompanied by "Like what you see" and other overlays of hot spots, you will need to do the following:
- Enable Windows Spotlight under LockScreen Options
- Check the registry settings.
1) Make sure Windows Spotlight is selected under LockScreen Options.
To do this, click on Start, choose "settingsAnd go topersonalization& #39; section.
There, go toLocked screen'Settings and change the background in Picture.
After that, minimize this window and go to the next folder,
AppData Local Packages Microsoft.Windows.ContentDeliveryManager_ Settings
Select all the files in this folder, then move them to the trash and delete them permanently.
Now expand the settings Customization> Locked Screen.
Come back in the background on Windows Spotlight.
Close all windows, log out, reconnect. The "Like what you see" dialog should become visible now.
2) Use the registry hack
Press Win + R to launch the 'Run' dialog box. Type 'regedit' in the empty field and press 'OK'.
When the registry editor opens, go to the following path address:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER SOFTWARE Microsoft Windows CurrentVersion Lock Screen Creative
Select Creative on the left side. Now, in the right side, double-click LockImageFlags DWORD (REG_DWORD) to modify its value data.
Change the value data of 3 at 0 and click OK.
Close the registry editor and restart.
After a reboot, the problem should be solved.