Starting Windows 10 Without a Password
A password is required when starting Windows 10. However, this can also be deactivated. That’s how it’s done.
As you know, Windows 7 support is over. With the successor Windows 10, just like with the seventh, a password is required each time it is started. Under certain circumstances this can be avoided and results in a faster start-up. Note that this trick only works with a local account (not with Microsoft accounts) and with stand-alone clients. It is also a security risk if other people are also using the PC.
- Open the Run window with Windows key + R.
- Type in the following parameters: control userpasswords2 and press Enter.
- Uncheck the box User must enter user name and password. Then click on Apply and OK.
- The previous password is now required. Type it in and click OK.