How to Start Windows 10 Without Password Automatically

 
Entering password every time while you are starting your Laptop or PC creates irritation and burden. But, you can bypass password to make Windows 10 autologon using the tips we are writing here.

 

The Password is a very delicate thing and it should be there if you are working in a public place. However, if you are working in a cozy environment and don’t put too much information in your laptop you can leave the use of Password on the screen. Here, in this Windows 10 tips, we will tell you on how to Start Windows 10 Without Password.

Note: Whether you are working on Start Screen or on the desktop you can bypass Windows 10 password. You don’t need to return back to the desktop from Start Screen.

How to Start Windows 10 Without Password (Autologon)

  • Press Windows+R together at a time.
  • Run box spread out. Copy below command and paste in empty space in the box and click Enter.

netplwiz.exe

How to Start Windows 10 Without Password Automatically

  • User Account Settings box opens. You find the box before. Users must enter a username and password to use this computer is checked. Uncheck this box and hit Apply.

How to Start Windows 10 Without Password Automatically

  • Automatically sign in password box prompts. Write your Password twice and press OK.

How to Start Windows 10 Without Password Automatically

  • This is it which you have to do. Once you have done this, you are free from login each time while opening your laptop.

If the above tip is not working

If the above process is not working on your PC to Start Windows 10 Without Password, you need to tweak registry editor. Registry Editor stores the password and username on a plain text. If you enable autologon through modifying registry editor the PC reads the username and password from here when starts.

  • Click Windows+R jointly to open Run box. Type regedit in it. Hit Enter.

Run command box regedit

  • UAC confirmation dialogue box prompts. Choose Yes.
  • On Registry Editor Follow  the path below:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon

Set Default Username

  • On the right side of the editor find DefaultUserName. Double click on it. Write username (like abc@outlook.com) in Value data and click Ok.

write username on edit strring

Set Default Password

  • Find DefaultPassword. Double click on it. Write the Password of the Microsoft account you use to login  in the space below Value data and tap on Ok.

write password on edit string

Sometime DefaultPassword is not found. In this case:

  • Right click on the right side of the registry editor on a vacant area.
  • Select String Value.

new string value

  • A new string is created on the right section of the running registry editor. Write this string name DefaultPassword.

defaultpassword string name on registry editor

  • Put double click into effect on DefaultPassword string and write the Password for your Microsoft account.

Edit or create the string AutoAdminLogon

  • Look for AutoAdminLogon in the right segment of the Registry Editor.
  • Double click on AutoAdminLogon.
  • Write the Value  data 1 and press Ok.

9481_value_data_field_of_AutoAdminLogon

If AutoAdminLogon is not found:

  • If AutoAdminLogon is also absent from the right segment of the Registry editor, create a new one. Do a right click on the vacant place, move the mouse pointer to New followed by a click on String value.

new string value conext menu

 

  • Write down its name AutoAdminLogon.

AutoAdminLogon value

  • Execute a double click on AutoAdminLogon, write 1 in Value data field replacing 0 and hit Ok.

Shutdown your Windows  10 PC and start without password automatically.

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  • 8 thoughts on “How to Start Windows 10 Without Password Automatically

    1. Richard C Smith had best answer.

    2. Surya Narayan Singh says:

      BEST WORK…I FEEL GOOD TO DO THIS HARD JOB BECAUSE MY PASSWORD IS VERY HARD LIKE AS >SSIHvz(5OOq$YO.NW,^nSV%+=-Tv#0(*Qc6)E^N+ THIS REQUIRES Copy-Paste…WITHOUT THIS YOU KNOW BETTER…
      GOD BLESS YOU FOR THIS ARTICLE ON NET.

    3. Richard C Smith says:

      How about a real simple way to get rid of the password on startup? Us old timers are not up to all the razzle-dazzle in what I have found in my wanting to get rid of this awful time consuming and annoying time it takes to just start the computer working on 10. Never had this problem with 7…wish I still had it.

    4. Hey Debra, the process is written, you must have to make this new string write its name AutoAdminLogon?

    5. Did you make a new string and name it DefaultPassword?

    6. Brian Sprague says:

      My apologizes. I missed DefaultPassword since it did not exist. I made a new string similar to AutoAdminLogon and inserted my password and was able to make this work. Thanks much!

    7. Thanks for this article, but I was not successful. The first part was done previously before I saw your site but it did not help. In DefaultUserName I replaced the username that was in there with “username” [sic]. The DefaultPassword was not in regedit so I continued to create the string and AutoLoginOn and inserted “1”. But still would not work. To make doubly sure I went back and changed “username” back to my original username. Still no success.

    8. Thank ya, worked poyfect!

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