Windows 10 displays Login screen by default. The purpose of the login screen is to keep the system safe from unauthorized persons and helps you to secure your data from being compromised. But sometimes users get annoyed while login the Computer frequently. If you are one of them, you can disable Login screen in Windows 10.

Before disabling Login Screen, make sure that no unauthorized person can access your PC. If your system contains confidential as well as important data, you are not recommended to disable lock screen.

In this blog post, we will provide you the guide by which you can enable or disable Login screen in Windows 10.

To Enable or Disable Login Screen Using Control Panel

Hit Window key, type netplwiz and press Enter key.

Run netplwiz to disable Login screen in Windows 10

The Users Accounts window will appear. There is an option “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer”. Deselect (uncheck) this option. Now click OK button.

Enable or Disable Login screen in Windows 10

On the next window, you will be asked to fill your account password and then confirm it again. After typing the password, press OK button.

Confirm account password to disable Login screen in Windows 10

That’s it. You have successfully disabled Login screen in Windows 10 PC. Whenever you want to enable Login screen again, follow the same procedure and check mark the option (while you unchecked earlier).

Also read: How to Change Default Installation Folder for Programs in Windows 10

To Enable or Disable Login Screen Using Local Group Policy Editor

Press Windows key + R to open Run app, type gpedit.msc and hit Enter key to launch Local Group Policy Editor.

Run gpedit.msc to disable Login screen in Windows 10

Browse the following path
Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Control Panel\Personalization

Now double click on “Do not display the lock screen” appearing on the right pane of window.

Stop displaying lock screen in Windows 10 using Local Group Policy Editor

Click on “Enabled” radio button and press OK button.

Enable or Disable Login screen in Windows 10

After following this procedure, restart your system. Now your system will not ask for username and password for login.

If you want to enable Login screen using Local Group Policy Editor, follow the above given guide and click on “Not configured” radio button (on the same window where you clicked on Enabled radio button).

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