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How to Enter User Password Automatically on Windows Logon

Many people set a password and username for their Windows PC, and each logon, they required to enter the password and username manually. This job is troublesome on frequent logon. If you want, you can configure the computer to automatically logon the user in two ways.

1. The simplest way is to use the Sysinternals utility Autologon that enables you to easily configure Windows’ built-in autologon mechanism. Download and extract it. Run autologon.exe, fill in the dialog, and hit Enable. To turn off auto-logon, hit Disable.

2. You can do this without the Autologon utility. In Windows 7, Press Win +R keys to enable the run command box. Type control userpasswords2 and hit the enter key. It’ll display User Accounts screen.

Select the user account and uncheck the “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer’ and click OK button. It’ll open the Automatically Log On window. Enter the password and confirm it. Click OK to save the settings.


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