Disable logon password in Windows

If you are someone who does not have to prevent others from entering your PC, you could skip the logon screen and boot into Windows without the need to enter a password.


The first advice would be to leave the system as is. That key is important. Without it, your computer is vulnerable. Anyone who can get physical access to your PC can also access your files, email, etc.. They may even be able to use your e -mail.

On the other hand, it would be nice to turn on your PC, go for a coffee, return a few minutes and be ready to work. Furthermore, it is not difficult for someone else to remove a Windows password. Of course, you can (and should ) protect your most important files with a third-party encryption tool.

Even so, we will not remove the Windows password. But if you are willing to take the risk, here’s how:

To skip the login screen, you must first open the Advanced User Accounts dialog box. How to get there depends on which version of Windows you are using:

– Windows 7 and Vista : Click Start, and type ” netplwiz ” and press ENTER.
– Windows XP : Click start, RUN type “control userpasswords2″ y press ENTER.” and press ENTER.
– Windows 8 : Use the search bar to search for “netplwiz”. In the applications section, click or press netplwiz.

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Once you ‘re in the dialog box, make sure the account you boot the system is the one selected. Then uncheck those users who must enter a user name and password.

By clicking OK, you will be prompted to enter your password twice. Do it.

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The next time you boot, Windows will now start without asking for a password.

But you may still be prompted for a password – not from Windows, but from the hardware. You will need to go to the setup screen to turn it off. Look online for the procedure for changing the BIOS password on the model of your PC. You’ll probably find a solution.