Super WinLock 2014.3 Final | 2.2 Mb
Super WinLock is a utility that allows you to change the aspect of your lock screen with the one similar in Windows 8.This simple to use application offers you the possibility to change the background image of the lock screen using your own pictures.
For users who have not yet had the chance to upgrade their operating system to Windows 8, there are several applications out there that can offer you a taste of what the touch-optimized OS feels like. One of them is Super WinLock, a handy utility that allows you to implement a new look screen to your computer, similar to that integrated in Windows 8.
Simple lock screen with audio playback functionality
The lock screen is the screen that appears when booting your Windows 8 PC or when it is sleeping. It offers you basic information, such as the current date and time, update and event notifications, as well as battery status (for laptops and notebooks). In order to access your desktop, you simply have to swipe it to the screen top using the mouse cursor.
Super WinLock offers you all these options and a bit more. Unlike the original lock screen, which does not include any application whatsoever, this lock screen integrates a built-in music player that can be used for listening to your favorite songs. It supports WMA or MP3 files and provides standard playback controls to add a new song to the list, play, pause or fast-forward the music.
Customization and security features
The application provides you with options for changing the background image of the lock screen, which means that you can place any picture you want instead of the default one.
Just like the original Windows 8 lock screen, Super WinLock blocks the access to your computer, preventing others from viewing stored files and folders without your consent. As such, no one can access the PC unless they know the password you define at first launch.
Enhanced Windows 8 lock screen
Super WinLock offers you the possibility to bring the look and feel of Windows 8 onto your desktop. It borrows the look of the lock screen in Windows 8 and bundles its most important function, namely to restrict the access to the computer.