Welcome to our series of tutorials on the Microsoft Windows 10 that help you understand the features of the upcoming Windows 10.
In this tutorial you will learn how to control the sign in of user directly into Local or Microsoft account at startup in Windows 10.
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- Press Windows + R keys and type netplwiz, click Ok to open User Accounts.
- Select the User Name of the Microsoft account (email address) or local account that you want to have Windows automatically sign in to at startup.
- Uncheck the “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer box“, and click on Ok
- Enter the password of the selected local account or Microsoft in Password and Confirm Password text box, and click on Ok
To Turn Off Automatic Sign in for All Users, check the “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer box“, and click on Ok.
Note: If you change the password of the user account which is used to sign in automatically to Windows at startup, then you will need to repeat all these steps again using the new password.[thrive_2step id=’39736′][/thrive_2step]
1 thought on “Windows 10 Tutorials 57 – Sign in to User Account Automatically”
This is normally the option I pick for computers I use only at home.