Don’t you find it annoying to turn on your computer and encounter the login screen welcoming you? Don’t you think that’s unnecessary that an unshared PC has such irritating and pointless feature displaying in front of you at every startup? If you feel this way, then you have to know that it’s possible to disable login in Windows 7. It’s a rather simple procedure with which you’ll get rid of such nuisance for good. Of course, use this brief tutorial only if you don’t share your machine with others.
The only thing you’ll need to do is follow two simple steps and you’ll be done. First of all, you’ll have to head to the Run option, which is located in the Start Menu. If you want a quicker access, you can use the keyboard shortcut with which the Run window will pop up. Simply keep press the Windows key and press R. Once you see the dialog box, you’ll have to type in “control userpasswords2” (without the quotation marks) and press Enter.
A new window will come up in which you’ll see a list of all the computer’s users and the kind of permissions they have. But don’t worry, you won’t have to change any of that. You’ll simply have to untick the option that reads “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer”. Click Apply and Accept. Now, the next time you boot your Windows 7 you’ll see that the login screen will be disabled.
As you can see, a one-minute procedure will save you a lot of time afterwards. Remember, follow these steps only if you have one user account on your PC and you don’t want to type in your password every time you turn on the PC. If you have any problems, don’t hesitate to comment.
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