If you don´t have a password to protect your computer, the lock screen at the beginning of your Windows experience is not at all welcome; it´s just a waste of time. To disable, follow these simple steps on the tutorial and you´ll never see it again.
Run the Command 'gpedit.msc'
Press the 'Windows Logo' key plus the letter r in your keyboard and you will bring up the ‘Run’ menu; once you´ve done that, type ‘gpedit.msc’ in it and press 'Enter'.
Open the 'Local Group Policy Editor'
Writing 'gpedit.msc' on the run console will pop-up the 'Local Group Policy Editor'. From this editor you can edit some of Windows policies that are not reachable from other menus.
Go to ‘Personalization’
Double-click on ‘Administrative Templates’, then double-click on ‘Control Panel’ and double-click on ‘Personalization’. This cascading menu will take you to the options you need.
Go to the ‘Do not display the lock screen’ option
Double-click on the ‘Do not display the lock screen’ option on your far right. This double-click will bring you to the final menu in which you can turn the lock screen on and off.
Set the Lock Screen to ‘Disable’
Set the lock-screen option to ‘Disabled’ and then click on ‘OK’. Once it is set into disabled, you will not see the lock screen again.
For this settings to be applied, you will have to restart your computer.