How to Disable Windows 10 Lock Screen

Lock screen? 😯 how often do you use lock screen on windows 10. With the lastest operating system, you can add a customizable and Deactivate a lock screen by disabling it on the latest windows 10, your interest about the lock screen changes and all you are thinking is to disable it and this may be due to the time it shrugged when you want  to sign in by dismissing it and it takes more time off you.

If this keeps occuring, it will be a boring when you keep perform a simple task again and again. The lock screen can be disable with a few step to be listed below and you wont get to see it even as you start your PC thereby taking you directly to the sign in homepage. The step below will guide you to achieve this.

Step on How to Disable Lock Screen on Windows 10

 1. Using your search bar located in the task bar, run a search for "gpedit.msc" and press the enter button to search and there appears a Local Group policy Editor.

 2.   After that just open the computer >> configuration >> Adminstrative Templates >> Control Panel then Personalization branch. 

Read more: How To Backup Windows 10 files to OneDrive

3. After the pop up personalization branch dialog box opens,  Double-click the "Do Not Display the Lock Screen policy".

4. To enable it click on Enabled.

5.  Click the OK button to put this new windows 10 into impact.

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