For Windows 10, you can easily log into PC quickly by the user it’s simple four-digit Pin/Code. This feature is initially introduced in Windows 8. It stills remains in the Windows 10. If you are the one-person owner of your PC, then you may find a PIN is not enough as you see it as an automatic sign-in and no more.
In the sense of extreme security reasons, you don’t use this feature if you are using a shared home computer with multiple accounts. Also, you don’t have a high set up of using Windows 10 laptop at any public location. If you are placed in a safe area, you may not use as faster. Follow all the given steps for Windows 10 Auto Login.
Automatically Sign in to Windows 10 Auto Login:
Method 1: Automatically log-on in Windows 10 without any password
Step 1. Press right-click on the Start button and select Run from the hidden quick access menu, or for the use of the keyboard shortcut press Windows Key+R to preview up the Run dialogue.
Step 2. Now type: netplwiz and hit Enter button
Step 3. Then select your user account first, and then uncheck the option for labelled Users. You must enter a user name and password to use this PC. Now, click the Apply button to see the Automatically Sign-in box.
Step 4. In the dialogue, type your desired password or re-enter the password to confirm the as same.
That’s all! After the restart of the PC, you will still preview the sign-in screen, but you won’t need to enter anything in the box this time. It appeared process would bypass the Lock Screen. So, Windows 10 Auto Login process is complete.
It is noteworthy that you will be still able to lock your PC as you’ll walk away from it by pressing Windows Key+L. If you need to come back, you’ll need to sign-in without your given password.
Method 2: Use Registry Editor to Turn-on Automatic Log-on
For the use of Registry Editor to turn on automatic log-on, please follow given steps:
1. Click Start & then click on Run.
2. In Open box, type Regedt32.exe and press Enter.
3. Locate the given sub-key in the concerned registry:
4. Double-click on the DefaultUserName entry, type your user name and then click OK.
5. Double-click on the DefaultPassword entry, type your password and then click OK. [Note, If the DefaultPassword value doesn’t exist, it must be added subsequently.] To add the value, follow given sub-steps:
A: On the Edit menu, click New and then point to the String Value.
B: Type DefaultPassword and then press Enter.
C: Double-click DefaultPassword.
D: InEdit String dialogue, type your password and then click OK.
[Note, If no DefaultPassword string is specified, Windows will automatically change the value of the AutoAdminLogon key from 1 (True) to 0 (False), disable the AutoAdminLogon feature.
6. On the Edit menu, click New and then point to String Value.
7. Type AutoAdminLogon & press Enter.
8. Double-click AutoAdminLogon.
9. In Edit String dialogue box, type 1 and then click OK.
10. You must add the DefaultDomain value if you have joined the computer to a domain, and the data for the cost could set as the fully qualified domain name [FQDN] of the area.
11. Exit Registry Editor.
12. Click Start, click Shutdown, and then type a reason in the Comment text box.
13. Click OK to turn off your PC.
14. Restart your computer. Now, You can log-on automatically.
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