Windows 8 lock screen displays notifications for emails and messages received and other stuff like that, which is quite annoying for some desktop users. Now if you want to disable lock screen on Windows 8 then guide below will definitely work for you.
Disable Lock Screen in Windows 8
Press “Win” + “R” keys, and type “gpedit.msc”, and click on OK, in result “Local Group Policy Editor” will get opened
From the left panel of window, go through “Computer Configuration” > “Administrative Templates” > “Control Panel” > “Personalization”
Double click on “Do not display the lock screen” and choose “Enabled” from pops up dialog box and click “OK”
Now, just to check out the change, press “Win” + “L” keys and have a look at the minimal lock screen which is asking to enter password directly, by skipping lock screen on Windows 8.
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