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John34
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start windows 10 without password

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How do I start windows 10 without password? I took the checkmark out of user must enter password, but it did not help, I still have to enter password at startup.

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Hi,

 

Please use the following setup:

 

   http://www.windows10forums.com/threads/how-to-disable-login-screen-on-win-10.165/

 

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Hi,

 

Please use the following setup:

 

   http://www.windows10forums.com/threads/how-to-disable-login-screen-on-win-10.165/

 

Regards.

BH
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veilendank10
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Click start. Type netplwiz. Press enter.
In the user account dialog box, UNCHECK the users must enter a username and password to use this computer.
Click apply. Okay.
Restart the computer to prove it's functionality. 😊
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John34
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I have already done this and it did not work I still have to enter password at startup'

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veilendank10
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How many account you have in your pc?
Maybe you have not select the right account to uncheck the box yet.
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John34
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I only have one account in my computer

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imJosephs
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May be you can set your Windows 10 password to blank. This only works when you are login with local account, if you are using a Microsoft account to login , use the method  above to uncheck the check box user must enter password.

To set your Windows 10 password to blank:

1. Log into Windows, press "Ctrl + Alt + Del".

2. Select "Change password".

3. Enter your current password.

4. Leave the new  password text box blank, and click Next directly.

5. Sign out of your account, and log in again to have a try  to see if it still need to enter password?

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Next to start button type in netplwiz a command should come up to click on saying

netplwiz

run Command

 

Click on it and a window should open up. Uncheck the box next to "user must enter a user name & password to use this computer".

A page opens up asking to enter current password & confirm password. After all is done click "APPLY" on bottom right.

Your done.

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