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Login Directly Into Windows 7 Without Entering Password

Every time Windows 7 is started it asks you to select the username and enter the password to access your system, there is no doubt that it is a very important security measure, but what if you are the only user of your system?  In windows 7, you can easily get rid of the login prompt window, go through the following steps to achieve it.

Go to Start and type netplwiz in the Start Search and hit Enter. The User Accounts dialogue box will be displayed as shown in following screenshot.

user-accounts

Now uncheck  Users must a enter username and password to use this computer option and press OK. Thats all, now reboot your system and you will never see the login window any more. If you are looking to disable the login window in Ubuntu, you can find it here. Enjoy!

31 Comments

  1. I have a window 7 gateway. I Have recently backup my computer to when my uncle was using it so I don’t have the password but the hint is cell. I need some advice ?

  2. Actually I lost my Windows 7 password and hope to remove it, so that I can login without password. Finally I use SmartKey Windows Password Recovery to remove the password. Then I can login Windows 7 without typing the password. You can Google Search “login windows 7 without password smartkey” to know more about it.

  3. There is a problem.  This may well work on a cold boot up, but when you leave to get a coffee you have to type the password to get the computer going again.  You see, Windows 8 has no screensavers because it shuts almost right down when you leave the computer.

  4. I forgot my administrator password in window 7 os so i see tips from the net and i tried one that is to type netplwiz in start menu, it will give me a dialogue box of administrator password, but the query is i don’t know password????

    help me

  5. How i can crack the password of window vista or 7…. i logged off as normal yesterday and today it does not want to except my password and my user name is the user name of my other laptop…..

    nothing works! no password works. HELP!!!

  6. Sorry, but it was already unchecked and it still asks me for it.

    Is there any way to reset this (i tried to get rid of it and i think i messed too much)

    Thanks

  7. Two quick notes:
    1) The link in Nakodari’s post does not (currently) point to a new article on this issue… it’s an article on automating the changing of desktop wallpaper.

    2) Could be a coincidence, but: Immediately after following the instructions in this article, my machine does indeed auto login to my account, however, it has been magically changed to an account with “guest” level privileges. Beware… make a backup or restore point before trying this,

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