Do you find it annoying whenever you are asked to log into your account when you boot your computer? Did you wish this feature can just be disabled or bypassed so as to no longer be faced with the same screen? Lucky for you, there is a way around it. Gordon Glazing windows applied this on our company computers.
You must be a previous or existing Windows 8 user to have come across this dilemma time and again with your computer for the first time. As it appears, this dilemma has persisted with the current Windows operating system, the Windows 10.
Although there is a very good reason why this feature is enabled by default in the first place, those who are confident enough that no one will touch their personal stuff are not too keen about it. To the contrary, they are annoyed with the imposition.
This problem poses a bigger issue in case the user has forgotten his password all of a sudden or had used a very long string of characters as his preferred password. For example, in the case when your computer or laptop has gone through an unexplainable shutdown or reboot, the problem does indeed arise.
Save yourself the headaches and frustration, there is actually a way to disable or bypass this rather unwanted feature of Windows.
A Simple Solution
First off, you would need a full access to your computer. This means that, by choosing to go through the procedure, you already have logged in to the computer you are using.
How to skip Windows 10 log-in automatically every boot up or reboot
Step 1: Click on the Start menu (the one with the Windows logo on the bottom-left corner of the screen) or simply press the Windows Key on your keyboard.
Step 2: Type on “netplwiz” on the search bar of the menu to find the best match to a “run command” which bears the name. While being highlighted, press the Enter key on your keyboard to run it.
Step 3: A new window should appear bearing the label “User Accounts.” In it is the list of existing users that have access to your computer. In the midst of it is a checkbox which contains the label stating, “Users must enter a username and password to use this computer.” This checkbox is checked by default. Intuitively, uncheck it.