Seeing unwanted messages on your Windows 10 lock screen? These may be what Microsoft calls “tips and fun facts,” and while they’re meant to help users better learn Windows 10 features, many users find them more annoying than helpful. Here’s how to turn off Windows 10 lock screen tips.
Unless you’ve configured your PC to log in automatically, you’ll see two screens when you boot or log into your Windows 10 PC: the lock screen and the login screen. While the lock screen can display helpful information like the time and weather, some users simply want to log into their account immediately. Here’s how to disable the Windows 10 lock screen so that you can enter your password right away when booting or waking your PC.
When you receive a call while your iPhone is locked, you can use a handy “Decline” button to decline the call right away. When your phone is locked, however, no such button is visible. Here’s how to decline calls on the iPhone lock screen.
Locking your Mac’s display (or “sleeping” the display) can be a great security measure when paired with a user account password. While it won’t prevent the outright theft of your Mac, it can be a quick and easy way to prevent nosy family members or coworkers from getting access to your data. In order for a Mac lock screen command to be effective, you’ll first need to configure System Preferences to require your user account password when unlocking or waking…