Deactivate Lock Screen on Windows 10

Microsoft Windows 10 has been recognized as a well designed operating system with various new features. The developer company gave Windows 10 a very different and fancy interface. The first touchscreen feature was introduced in Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 versions and it also got added to Windows 10. But the revamped version has a whole new gesture which recognizes individuals as a desktop or a laptop user.

In the new versions of Windows, you have to swipe or click the lock screen interface before you access the Windows system. For some users, it is a different and unique renovation, as it prevents the accidental unlocking of devices but for other users are not comfortable with it since it is not approachable and satisfying for the personal computer.

The company is making the deactivation of the lock screen possible by providing the option to deactivate or disable the lock screen. While disabling the feature, a user might notice some differences in the procedure resulting in it to seek some help. If the lock screen is not necessary for you, then you must follow the steps to deactivate it in your Windows 10 system. But, before proceeding you must understand the difference between the lock screen and the login screen.

Lock Screen appears on the first boot of the system which displays time on the screen. The lock screen, further, can be configured to display other information like email message notification. Login screen appears when select to account or press a key from your Keyboard and enter the password. For some people, the lock screen is not necessary, so they prefer to deactivate it.

Let’s see how to deactivate the Lock Screen in Windows 10

  1. Press Windows key + R.
  2. Now, type regedit in the Run program and press Enter.
  3. In the Windows Registry, navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
  4. Now, expand Software and select Policies.
  5. Go to Microsoft and click to expand it.
  6. Right click on Windows and select New.
  7. Now, click Key and type Personalization.
  8. Press Enter.
  9. Click DWORD (32-bit) Value and type NoLockScreen.
  10. Now, press Enter.
  11. Double click on the NoLockScreen DWORD and go to the Value Data.
  12. Type 1 and click Ok. If you wish to activate the lock screen, then change this value from 1 to 0.

By going to Windows Registry, you can easily deactivate and re-activate the Lock Screen in Windows 10. The feature is new and different, still, people are feeling comfortable, and some are thinking it as unnecessary. Though, the Lock Screen in Windows 10 is not complicated to disable like in the previous versions of Windows.

Joey Williams is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cyber security. He writes about the latest updates regarding and how it can improve the work experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines and blogs.

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