Yes , there are ways to do that.
First of all I would like you to tell you that GROUP POLICY EDITOR is only available on Windows 10 Pro and not on Windows 10 Home.
Your requirement can be fulfilled only by using the Group Policy Editor.
- Click on Run and type gpedit.msc.The Local Group Policy Editor window appears.
- On the left pane under Computer Configuration
- expand Windows Settings
- then expand Security Settings
- then expand Account Policies
- Under Account Policies select Account Lockout Policy.
- On the right pane double click on Account Lockout Threshold and specify the number of login attempts.
- After that you will be asked to confirm the suggested values of Account Lockout Duration and Reset Account Lockout counter.The suggested values cannot be changed and the default is 30 minutes.(You will have to bare with this as this is the Microsoft Default Security Policy Setting.)
- Next click on OK or Apply to apply the changes made.
(The disadvantage of this Security Policy is that after there has been n-login attempts the user account gets locked out. In spite of the user typing the correct PIN or PASSWORD the account is locked for 30 minutes and can't be accessed before 30 minutes timeout, where as the account is accessible after 30 minutes and there is no problem in this).