How to Disable Lock Screen in Windows 10
Feel bored about the Windows 10 lock screen that has to be tapped away every time you want to go straight to the log-in screen? Here is the straightforward guide on how to disable the lock screen in Windows 10.
Step by Step to Disable Lock Screen in Windows 10
To disable the Windows 10 lock screen, take these steps:
Step 1. Open the Registry editor. Press Windows key + R altogether to open the Run dialog box, then type regedit and hit Enter.
Note: Click Yes if you’re prompted with a warning message from User Account Control.
Step 2. Navigate to the following path:
Step 3. Right-click in the right pane, select Key and rename the registry key to Personalization.
Step 4. Navigate the Personalization key
Step 5. Right-click in the right pane, click New and then select DWORD (32-bit) Value.
Step 6. Name the new value NoLockScreen
Step 7. Type 1 in the Value data field and hit OK on your keyboard
Step 8. Reboot your PC
If you find out other ways to disable the lock screen in Windows 10, welcome to share with us in the comments section below.
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This worked! After reading comments about how this would no longer work on Windows 10, I was worried that this wouldn’t work, but it worked for me (as of today / 03-DEC-2017)! I recently got the Windows 10 Anniversary update and this article still worked after the update.
Hi Matt! Thanks for sharing with us. Glad it is helpful to you.
MS often creates severe problems for millions of people, even where they have not existed before. A somewhat idiotic situation.
Here is the solution below to the lock screen problem (reported to me by a Microsoft employee, but it’s absent on the Microsoft website!!):
Press the Windows key (at the bottom left of the screen) with the right mouse button, go to Settings – Lock screen – Screensaver settings. Then in the window under the word “Screensaver” select “(no)”, and also tick the option “Start from the logon screen”.
Pressing the “Windows” + L key pair will cause the lock screen to appear, but it will not appear on its own in the process of work.
(This way may not be suitable for all versions of B10).