Like Windows 8 and 8.1, Windows 10 continues to uncompromisingly insist that before each start of work you must identify by entering a password. If you travel a lot or leave the laptop without the permanent control at work, then it is certainly a good idea to make sure you use the password to authenticate. However, if it is a desktop computer or a laptop that does not leave the house, and it is used only by the members of the household, you’ll want to get rid of the login screen.
This option is handy if you use Windows virtual machine to which can be reached only through the main physical computer that before starting work requires authentication of itself. If you cancel mandatory password entry, you will be able to start the computer as in the “good old days” when all these dangers that now lurk at every step weren’t there. However, our recommendation is to keep the password, but if you insist, we have the solution. Of course, use it at your own risk and do not complain if you been outsmarted by someone. This small guide will show you how to disable login screen in Windows 10.
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How to disable login screen in Windows 10
Type Netplwiz in the search box on the lower left side of your desktop, just to the right of the Windows Start icon. Only when you type the entire official name, an icon appears on which you must click and User Accounts window will appear. Click on the username you want to “unleash” on logging and then uncheck <Users must enter a username and password to use this computer>. After that, restart your computer, or simply log out. In the future, Windows will ignore and skip the login screen and lock screen, i.e. it will automatically log on after you start the computer or turn off the screen saver.
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