How to disable the user password request in Windows 10?
Wherever you look at Windows 10, everywhere passwords,passwords, passwords ... What is most sad, they are tied not only to user accounts, but also to the registration data of Microsoft. Naturally, this causes a lot of problems or complaints from the users of Windows 10. You can still disable the password request. For this, even the system itself offers several simple methods.
As in Windows 10, turn off the password request at power on: standard method
As you know, man is not a machine. Too much information is too much for him. The same goes for passwords, because even with registration (creating "accounting" of Microsoft), the official resource of primitive combinations refuses to accept at all. Therefore, we have to invent abstruse passwords, and they are very easy to forget.
To exclude such incidents in the future,consider how to disable the password request upon login. Windows 10 allows you to do this through special settings that you can access by typing the netplwiz command in the "Run" console.
Here we must immediately pay attention to twomain conditions. First, the input must initially be done under the administrator, which is the case with most computers. Secondly, it is recommended to change these parameters only if only one user is working behind the terminal (roughly speaking, if the computer is intended exclusively for home use).
So, in Windows 10, turn off the password request forentry in the above settings can be by selecting from the list the desired user name and unchecking the password request string. When you confirm the changes, a new window will appear, in which you will need to register the existing password, and then confirm it. After that, the so-called automatic login mode will be activated.
Note: if the computer system is currently connected to the domain, the settings will be inactive, and you will have to use the system registry to disable the password. But more on that later.
How can I disable the password request when waking Windows 10 (quitting hibernation mode)?
Another "chip" of the system is thatthe default is to request a password when exiting from the so-called sleep state (hibernation), if it is turned on. For the most part, it is used by office workers who need to be away from time to time on business, and laptop owners who have the appropriate action with the lid (when it closes, the device automatically goes into sleep mode).
As in Windows 10, disable the password request forsuch a situation? There is nothing easier. To do this, you will need to use the settings of the current power scheme in the corresponding section of the standard "Control Panel". Owners of laptops to access the settings can use the right-click menu on the battery icon in the system tray.
First we select the setup item, and then use the additional parameters. Next, go to the section of unavailable parameters, where we simply remove the tick from the password request item.
Disable password entry through the system registry
In Windows 10, you can also disable the password request through the Registry Editor, which is called through the "Run" console by entering the regedit command.
Here you need to select the HKLM branch, and then go through the SOFTWARE section down to the Winlogon directory. In the window to the right, you should change the values of several keys:
- AutoAdminLogon - value "1";
- DefaultPassword - the current password for the account.
You can also change the DefaultDomainName key tothe desired domain name or computer name. Finally, in the user's default key DefaultUserName you can register another name followed by the appropriate password.
There is another way to solve the problemHow to disable the password request in Windows 10 when trying to log in. To do this, enter the settings section and use the account settings.
On the left there is an entry parameters item. In the right part of the window, from the re-entry requirements menu, simply select "Never".
Finally, if you use a local accountwrite, you should use the command line activation from the admin (cmd command in the Run console or manually launch the file with the appropriate rights from the System32 folder). In the console window that appears, you need to register the net users line, and then use the net user command. The user name is / active: yes (you must enter the user name as it is registered in the system, for example Administrator or Administrator, depending on the system language) and press input.
Instead of the total
It remains to add that here are the mostsimple methods for disabling the password in the tenth version of Windows. The fact is that similar operations can be performed both in the Group Policy editor and in the administration section. But they will simply duplicate the values of the system registry keys. In addition, if you make changes in the policy section, then you will not be able to change the values of the system registry entries. Therefore, as the simplest and most accessible means, you can use everything that was described above, not to mention the removal of local registration data or even the most "accounting" of Microsoft.