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Hello!

I discover a problem in this afternoon.

When I open the PC, after windows loading, appear a message to log on.

Appear my username and down of it a row for password.

I don't have password, so I press ok, and then desktop is running.

How can I eliminate this step?

 

Until now, after windows loading, appear just a blue screen, with an icon and my name, click on it and then desktop running.

Can you help me to do this again?

 

Many thanks!


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Click Start>Run, type:

control userpasswords2



and click OK. Uncheck the checkbox that says "Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer" and click OK. When the dialogue box pops up, type in your username and password, (if you do not have a password, leave the password line blank).


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It works!

But...

It is possible to bring back that blue screen with the icon?

In my case was a ball, but you can customize with a guitar, table chess, etc.

I want to see that blue screen, icon and username, click on it and then desktop open...

I hope you understand :)

 

LE: I saw another design problem when I want to shutdown/restart PC.

If until now after START>SHUT DOWN appear three buttons in three different colours (Restart, Shut Down and Switch User maybe?), now after START>SHUT DOWN appears the text: "What do you want the computer do do" and select Restart, Shut down, Stand By and Log Off...


Edited by Gasol, 19 April 2014 - 03:47 PM.

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Click Start>Run, type:
 

control userpasswords2

 

and click OK. Check the checkbox that says "Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer" and click OK. When the dialogue box pops up, type in your username and leave the password line blank.

 

?


Edited by SpywareDr, 19 April 2014 - 03:48 PM.

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Oh, you answer when I put a later edit. Here, maybe I am more clear:

 

LE: I saw another design problem when I want to shutdown/restart PC.

If until now after START>SHUT DOWN appear three buttons in three different colours (Restart, Shut Down and Switch User maybe?), now after START>SHUT DOWN appears the text: "What do you want the computer do do" and select Restart, Shut down, Stand By and Log Off...


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Could be because there is no need for a "Switch User" option when there is only one user.


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No, no.

I am the only user and administrator.

It is just... Just like a design, and now it is another.

If it is like you said, why now when I click shut down button appears "What do you want the computer to do"?

 

Ah! And now When I press CTRL+ALT+DEL for Task Manager, appear a text Windows Security and must select Task Manager.

Until now appears instant.


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Sorry, I'm lost. Use System Restore to restore your computer back to at least an hour ago.


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Yeeeey!

It works with system restore.

Thanks mate!

 

You can close this topic.

 

PS: I'll open another, with an evil adaptor.

Happy Easter!


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Great news, and Thanks! A Happy Easter to you and yours as well. :)


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