The logon screen of Windows 8.1 has all the features, what you need to have to sign in to your PC, including one which lets you switch from one user account to another user account. On the other hand, Windows 10 logon screen comes with some small changes in its UI. For example, the password box, profile picture etc., have been changed a bit. If you want to get Windows 8 like logon screen on Windows 10, here is a small Registry tweak you can carry out.
Enable Windows 8 logon screen on Windows 10
You do not have to install another third-party software to reverse the logon screen. A simple Registry tweak can do the job within minutes. Just run your Registry Editor (Press Win+R, type regedit and hit the Enter button) to start making the changes. Before tweaking your registry file, don’t forget to create a backup of your registry files.
After that, navigate to the following path in Registry Editor,
On the right hand side, you will get a DWORD (32-bit) Value, which is called Threshold.
The default value is 1. You have to make it 0. To do so, just double click on this value, enter 0 and hit the OK button.
Restart your computer and you will see the change when you log on next. To test it, you may press Win+L keys to check out the logon screen.
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