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Do not want password protection when booting (Solved)

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Best Answer Essexboy , 18 December 2015 - 07:20 AM

Try this.. It worked for me  http://betanews.com/...s-login-screen/ Go to the full post »


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I do not want to sign in with a password on startup.  How do I get rid of this feature. (I have just upgraged from Win7 where i did not sign in)

 

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Try this.. It worked for me  http://betanews.com/...s-login-screen/


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I suggest you to get rid of windows 10 :yes:


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Gday Vi-Sion,

Suggestions from all members are encouraged and welcome, but please carefully read an OPs original questions and note what others have posted.

 

I suggest you to get rid of windows 10 :yes:

 

Unfortunately this is not a solution.   Had you followed Esssexboy's link, you would see that a user log on screen requires a password, by Default since XP.   Finding an alternative solution, perhaps what you consider easer, would have been more apt. 


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Try this.. It worked for me  http://betanews.com/...s-login-screen/

It worked for me too!  Many thanks.

 

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Gday Vi-Sion,

Suggestions from all members are encouraged and welcome, but please carefully read an OPs original questions and note what others have posted.
 


I suggest you to get rid of windows 10 :yes:

 
Unfortunately this is not a solution.   Had you followed Esssexboy's link, you would see that a user log on screen requires a password, by Default since XP.   Finding an alternative solution, perhaps what you consider easer, would have been more apt.
 
u miss understand me i know that what Esssexboy shared is a solution but i'm against the whole windows 10 that's why i said get rid of windows 7 .

Windows 10 is spying on almost everything you do that's the only reason why i made my suggestion.


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Windows 10 is spying on almost everything you do that's the only reason why i made my suggestion.


Which shows you really don't understand Windows 10, really, but have bought into the hyperbole from a tiny minority about it.

Try running GlassWire under Windows 10 to see just how wrong you are, particularly if you turn off the Cortana Service (if you don't intend to use it) and including web results in your searches. Even the full system health telemetry is minimal.
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