1. Disable Lock Screen Lock Screen on Windows 10 Anniversary Update
1. First open Control Panel.
2. Next on the Control Panel window, select System and Security => Administrative Tools.
3. On the next window, double-click the Task Scheduler shortcut.
4. In the left pane, click Task Scheduler Library.
5. In the right pane, click on Create task.
6. At this time, the Create Task window appears on the screen. Here you click the General tab and place a name for the Task in the Name box, such as Disable Lock Screen, and add a description to the Description pane.
7. Select Run with highest privileges checkbox.
8. At the Configure for, select Windows 10.
9. Next move to the Triggers tab, where you click the New button …
On the New Trigger window, add the first trigger to At log on.
Add the second trigger On workstation unlock of any user as shown below:
10. Next move the Actions tab. Add the first action by clicking the New … button.
In the Program / script section, enter reg.exe.
In the Add arguments (optional), enter the following text:
Add HKLM \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Authentication \ LogonUI \ SessionData / t REG_DWORD / v AllowLockScreen / d 0 / f
The next step is to open the Registry Editor and navigate by key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Authentication \ LogonUI \ SessionData
- Here you find and double-click the AllowLockScreen DWORD and set the value in the Value Data box to 0 to disable the Lock Screen lock screen.
- If you want to re-enable the Lock Screen Lock Screen, follow the same steps and set the Value Data value to 1.
- The last step is to check whether the Lock Screen lock screen has been disabled or not. To do this, first run Task on task manager.
- Pressing the Windows + L key, you will now see the Lock Screen lock screen no longer appear.
- Alternatively, log off and then log back on to your Windows 10 computer once. The Lock Screen Lock Screen no longer appears.
2. Use LockScreenGone
LockScreenGone is a small utility designed to help Windows users disable the Lock Screen Lock Screen on Windows 10 Anniversary Update and later versions with just one click.
Follow the steps below to disable the Lock Screen Windows 10 with the LockScreenGone utility:
Step 1 : Download the LockScreenGone utility zip file to your PC and unpack it.
Step 2 : The next step is to extract the zip file into the LogonController_Patch directory.
Step 3 : Open the folder LogonController_Patch you just extracted, find the file Install.cmd. Run the Install.cmd file under Admin by right-clicking on the file and then clicking on Run as administrator.
Step 4 : At this point, the Command Prompt window appears, waiting for a few seconds you will see the message successful. The tool creates a backup file from the original LogonControll.dll file before patching the file.
- So you are done, now press the key combination Windows + L on the screen you will see the login screen, not Lock Screen Screen again.
- If you want to restore the Lock Screen lock screen, just run the Restore.cmd file in the LogonController_Patch folder.
Turn off the Lock Screen lock screen again after the update
Windows 10 can re-enable Lock Screen Lock Screen after updating the new version. So if you do not want to see the lock screen lock screen after updating the new version, you follow the steps below:
Step 1 : Open the LogonController_Patch folder, and then open the x64 or x32 folder, depending on which version of Windows you are running.
Step 2 : Run the LogonController_Patch file. In the Path to the file to patch section, click the Browse button, then navigate to C: \ Windows \ System32, select the LogonController.dll file, and then click OK.
Step 3 : Finally click the Start button to path file again.
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