How to Automatic Log into Windows Without Entering Username and Password?
When we start Windows, it asks for the user name and password at login screen. Although its a good feature but if you have a personal computer and you are the only user of the computer, you might want to disable this feature and want to automatically log into Windows without any need to enter your username and password.
Today we are going to share a simple trick which will help you in disabling this feature and force Windows to automatically log you in. In this way you'll directly boot into Windows Desktop.
Follow these simple steps:
1. Type control userpasswords2 in RUN or Start Menu Search box and press Enter.
2. It'll open classic "User Accounts" window.
3. Now disable "Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer" option and click on Apply button. It'll ask for the username and password which you want to use for auto-login. Enter the details and click OK.
4. That's it. Now Windows will automatically login the selected user and will not ask for password.
PS: If you want to reverse it and want Windows to prompt for username and password, then simple enable the option mentioned in 3rd step.
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