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Aves_S
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HOW TO REMOVE THE PASSWORD IN WINDOWS 8

 

Hi

 

HOW TO REMOVE THE PASSWORD IN WINDOWS 8

 

 

Step 1

Press windows key + R to open command prompt, and type "netplwiz"

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Or press windows key + Q to open the metro, and type "netplwiz" , click it and open it.

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Step 2
Click "ok" to see a box as the sreenshot below.

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Step 3

Uncheck "user must enter user name and password to use this computer", then click "ok"

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Step 4

Enter your user name and password, then click "ok"

Thats it!

Restart your computer. Now you don’t need to enter the username and password each time when you logon the Windows 8.

 
 
 
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mccoyd
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Re: HOW TO REMOVE THE PASSWORD IN WINDOWS 8

I've done this multiple times, it does not work for me.  Am I going to have to reinstall Windows or something to get around having to type in a password everytime the computer goes to sleep.  I've searched for a solution for this for months.  

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anthony82
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Re: HOW TO REMOVE THE PASSWORD IN WINDOWS 8

Hello mccoyd,

 

You want to disable the password.

 

3 options:

 

Go to the bottom right hand corner and click settings

Then go to change PC settings.

Go to users

On the right hand side there should be an option to CHANGE no user has to use a password to sign into this computer.

 

Second option:

Right click on the desktop screen.

Select personalize.

Select screen saver.

Uncheck the box that says on resume display logon screen.

Hit OK.

 

Third option:

Go to start screen.

Type power options.

Select power options.

On the right hand side, select change power options.

Select change advanced power settings.

Under require password on wake up change to no

Hit OK

 

 

Let me know how everything goes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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mccoyd
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Re: HOW TO REMOVE THE PASSWORD IN WINDOWS 8

Thank you!!! I had tried both options 1 and 3 in the past, more than once.  Actually,  what did it was option 2, with the screensaver.  I had my screen saver selected to NONE.  I chose one, and unchecked the box to resume the logon screen.  It seems to be working.  Who would have ever guessed that!  I cannot thank you enough!  I've been searching for this answer since I got this computer back in December.  

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anthony82
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Re: HOW TO REMOVE THE PASSWORD IN WINDOWS 8

mccoyd,

 

You’re very welcome.

 

I’m glad to hear that everything is working the way that you would like.

 

Let me know how everything goes.

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iasheff
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Re: HOW TO REMOVE THE PASSWORD IN WINDOWS 8

Thank you so much!! We too have tried everything but the screensaver one (option 2) and that worked!! No one else had suggested it!!

 

You saved a lot of frustration at our household!

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Oderas
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Member Since: ‎12-27-2013
Message 7 of 8 (19,572 Views)

Re: HOW TO REMOVE THE PASSWORD IN WINDOWS 8

I just followed the video tutorial to guide me remove forgotten Windows 8 admin password efficiently!

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Avery91
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Re: HOW TO REMOVE THE PASSWORD IN WINDOWS 8

[ Edited ]

Good article! But people who want to remove their Windows 8 password don't necessiary have access to their computers. Thus  I also summarize several ways to remove Windows 8 password in different cases. Here is the link below: http://bypass-windows-8-password.blogspot.com/2014/08/bypass-windows-8-login-screen.html

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