Keep reading this article if you are tired of having to type in your password right after you turn on your computer (with Windows 10).
In general, we do not advice users to do this, as having a password protects your technology from unwanted access to your personal documents and files on the behalf of hackers, etc. We are definitely against removing this form of safety from mobile devices. However, computers are mostly used in the house, and for some it gets really annoying to enter their login details every time their PC/ laptop goes on standby. Removing this chore is not rather complicated.
This method is applicable those who want to have the option of logging in automatically.
Bypassing the Windows login screen is not too dangerous if the risks of an unwanted person gaining physical access to your computers are low. However, if your computer is in a shared office space or if you travel a lot, it is probably not safe to configure your account in this way.
Ways to disable the login/password mode on Windows 10
Follow the instructions below to utilize Windows 10 and avoid having to type in details about your Microsoft account every time.
1) Enter “netplwiz” in the search bar of the Start Menu. Pick the option at the very top to enable this function.
2) Untick the square next to “Users must enter a username and a password to use this computer’. Click on “Apply”.
3) Type in your login details, followed by the password again. Press “Ok” twice to update the changes. Restart Windows 10.