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When I return after computer sleeps, why must I sign in all over again?

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When I put the computer to sleep function and return later, why must I go through all of the main sign in again? As I read the info about sleep, it says that all of the items I had on my desk top will be there. They are but I have to go through all of the sign-in as though I was just turning the 'puter on for the first time. Very time consuming.

Joe Kerrigan

jdk32043@bellsouth.net

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banhien
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@Jadk7903

 

You can bypass sign in when wake up. Please try

 

1. Hit Win key and I (leter I),

2, Click Accounts,

3. Click Siign in options,

4. Select Never   (pull sown window) under If you've been away .....

 

Regards.

BH
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banhien
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@Jadk7903

 

You can bypass sign in when wake up. Please try

 

1. Hit Win key and I (leter I),

2, Click Accounts,

3. Click Siign in options,

4. Select Never   (pull sown window) under If you've been away .....

 

Regards.

BH
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