Windows 10: Default apps not available to display on Lock Screen...??

  1.    04 Aug 2015 #1

    Default apps not available to display on Lock Screen...??

    So I've been enjoying Windows 10 plenty for the most part, but I've run into my first potentially hair-tearing issue. I would like to add the Mail and Calendar apps to display more detailed information on my lock screen (simple enough, right?), however when I get to the Personalisation window to do this, I find that neither of those apps are available to add (and many others are absent as well)!!
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    Is anyone else experiencing this annoying problem? I'm using Windows 10 Pro, if that means anything. :P
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  2.    04 Aug 2015 #2

    From what I can tell by further Googling/looking around, this issue seems to effect several Windows 10 Pro users... Can any other Pro users verify this issue?
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