Tips & Tricks

How to Log Into Windows 10 Automatically

Usually, every time you boot your personal computer on Windows 10, the login screen will come into sight by default, and each time you want to log into your Windows system you need to type or insert your password before you can access into your account.

Moreover, since it’s for the security sake, then a robust password is recommended for all user, and it must be a longer password and have several combinations of numbers and symbols.

For some laptop users, they don’t like to enter their password every time they boot their PC, especially for those who are the only person using their computer for personal use.

 

How to Bypass Login Password on Windows 10


There are only two methods we can offer for our viewers to skip the login password and gain access to your Windows 10 automatically.

However, before we start, make sure you can access into your Windows 10. If you do, then here are the two ways you can use to bypass the login screen.

  1. Method 1: Netplwiz
  2. Method 2: Local Group Policy Editor (gpedit.msc)

 

Method 1: Netplwiz


Netplwiz is one of the Windows 10 utilities which used to manage user accounts. In other words, this tool allows its user to make an Administrator process of user accounts such as add, remove users and groups.

You can also use this tool to skip Windows 10 login screen. First, you must be able to log into your Windows 10, and here are the steps to follow after that:

  1. Launch the Run dialog box by simultaneously pressing Win Key + R keys
  2. On the Run box type netplwiz and hit Enter or click OK

Alternatively,

  1. Click Start or tap the Windows key on your keyboard
  2. Then type netplwiz and hit Enter or click netplwiz in the search result

After the User Accounts window has open, under the Users for this computer list, select or click user account which you want to skip on your operating system login screen. Then, deselect or untick the box labeled Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer.

On the Automatically sign in the pop-up dialog, you’ll be prompted to enter the User name, Password, and Confirm Password. Enter those requirements, click OK, save all your works, and restart your computer.

 

Method 2: Local Group Policy Editor (gpedit.msc)


Local Group Policy Editor or gpedit.msc is an MMC (Microsoft Management Console) snap-in which allows a single user interface to get through the User Configuration and Computer Configurations setting and able to control the Group Policy objects.

The Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, and Education editions are the only operating system of Windows 10 that can access the MMC snap-in. So, before you follow to use this method, please make sure that you’re using one of those mentioned Windows 10 edition.

To use this technique to log into your system automatically, similarly, you need to:

  1. Launch the Run dialog box by simultaneously pressing Win Key + R keys
  2. On the Run box type gpedit.msc and hit Enter or click OK

Or,

  1. Click Start or tap the Windows key on your keyboard
  2. Then type gpedit.msc, right click and Run as administrator

Then, on the left pane of Group Policy Editor navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Logon.

On the right side, under the setting list double click the Do not display the Getting Started welcome screen at logon. On the next dialog box check or tick Enabled > click Apply > OK and restart your computer.

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