Lock screen isn’t new to Windows at all, it was there since WIndows 8, but if you are coming to Windows 10 technical preview from Windows 7 or even Windows XP it might be totally new for you and you might find it some how cumbersome and annoying, so if you are one of those people who find the lock screen annoying then this post is for you.
There are many ways how Windows users can disable or re-enable lock screen in Windows 10 technical preview, this post will present you with the easiest method by which you can accomplish that.
Step 1: In the search bar/Cortana and type “gpedit.msc” and hit enter, what this command does is give you access to the “Group Policy Editor”.
Step 2: A new window will pop up navigate to “Personalize” using the left hand side menu; Computer Configuration → Administrative Templates→ Control Panel→ Personalize.
Step 3: In the right hand side of the window open the “Don’t display the lock the screen” by double clicking it.
Step 4: A new window will popup, select the radio button beside “Enabled” and then hit the “Apply” tab at the bottom of the window.
Step 5: Now, to make sure that this feature is working, hit the “Win+L” on the keyboard and enjoy a login without a lock screen.
This was the easiest method by which you can enable and re-enable the lock screen in Windows 10 technical preview, if you want to know more methods where you can disable and re-enable the lock screen tune in to future posts.