As you reach towards the end of Windows 8 RTM installation, the setup shows up a small animated tutorial that intends to help users so that they could develop a better understanding of the new features that are specifically featured in Windows 8. The guide mainly talks about how to bring up the Charms bar by just using mouse, tells you how to use hot corners, and not only this it also introduces you to the point that how to bring up the Charms bar on a touch screen device by simply swiping in from the right edge of the screen that shows up in front of you.
The similar kind of guide gets displayed in front of your eyes when a new user logs-in for the very first time. The desktop users who have already experienced pre-release or preview the versions of Windows 8 are likely to have clear idea about hot corners and the Charms bar, and it is likely that they might not like to go through the guide every time once they have created a new user account for their usage.
In Windows 8, one has the option to disable the first sign-in tutorial by both the Local Group Policy Editor or Windows Registry.
Users who are willing to disable the first sign-in tutorial are expected to undergo couple of steps to disable the same, they are mentioned below.
Method 1 To Disable Sign-in Animation Guide in Windows 8
Step 1: The first thing you need to do is Open Run dialog box by pressing Windows + R hotkey, type Gpedit.msc and after that press enter key to launch Local Group Policy Editor.
Step 2: Once the Editor is launched, look further into Computer Configuration, Administrative Templates, System, and afterwards Logon.
Step 3: Third step is to Look for the entry named Show first sign-in animation on the right hand side and after that double-click on the same entry to open the properties.
Step 4: Lastly all you need to do is to Select Disabled and click Apply to turn off the animation. And here you go, you are done!
Method 2 To Disable Sign-in Animation Guide in Windows 8
Step 1: Go to Open Registry Editor. In order to do this open Run dialog by all together pressing Windows + R keys, type Regedit.exe and after that press enter key.
Step 2: Look up to the following registry key:
Step 3: You would need to create a new DWORD value named as EnableFirstLogonAnimation on the right hand side of yours and set the value to 0 to disable the animation. Close Registry Editor.And you are done!
You might go through the disable the lock screen., just in case that you wanted to know!!