Like many of you, I also use Google as my default search engine but visit Bing search homepage every day to see the new homepage background picture. As you know, Bing search homepage displays one stunning picture every day and also provides crucial information about the featured place/picture.
Over the last few months, we have covered a few tools, including Bing My Lock Screen to automatically set latest Bing homepage picture as lock screen background. Of course, one can always manually download Bing homepage image and then set it as lock screen or desktop background. But would it be nice if there was a way to set Bing picture as lock screen background image without using third-party tools?
Yes, Windows 8 users can now set Bing homepage picture as lock screen background without the help of third-party tools. Follow the given below instructions to set Bing picture as your lock screen background image.
Step 1: Switch to the Start screen and click or tap native Bing search tile to run the app.
Step 2: Once the Bing app is launched, right-click anywhere on the screen or simply press Windows + Z hotkey to see the app bar. The app bar shows options to Copy link, Copy, Save As and Set As Lock Screen options.
Step 3: Click or tap Set As Lock Screen option to set the current Bing picture as your lock screen background. You can use the left and right arrow keys on your keyboard to switch between latest eight Bing pictures.
And if you a Windows 7 user, check out our how to automatically set latest Bing picture as logon screen background guide.