LockScreenGone was designed to remove the lock screen that showed up after the Windows 10 Anniversary update. Bypassing it can speed up boot times.
Because the latest update broke the original script, there are two zip files in this download. They are named, so you know what you need. 32-bit and 64-bit pre-Anniversary update are inside one, and the other is for 64-bit only and is a beta for post anniversary update. It was tested and worked here.
For 32-bit and 64-bit run install.cmd as Administrator. For 64-bit post anniversary simply choose install or restore.
As of build 15063, this app stopped development because it's no longer needed. Instead, open a command prompt as administrator and type in: