By disabling the lock screen the computer presents the password prompt right away.
Here's how to quickly and easily disable the Windows 10 lock screen in the Registry editor.
- Open the Start menu and type regedit to to open the Registry editor
- Navigate to:
If you don't have the Personalization key, simply right click the Windows key in the structure and choose New to create it.
- Right-click in the right window and create a DWORD value named NoLockScreen
- Double click the new NoLockScreen value and enter the number "1" and then click OK.
- Close the Registry editor, you are done!
The lock screen has now been disabled. Hope that helps!