How to Disable Login Password in Windows 10

How to Disable Login Password in Windows 10
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Although Windows 10’s sleek performance and changes are very impressive, one of the annoying features in Win 10 is the compulsion of logging in with a password everytime you start your PC.

This shouldn’t be the case, when you’ve a common PC used by multiple persons and also, the need to log in everytime is intriguing.

Why is logging-in made a compulsion in Windows 10?

Well, from a security point of view, Windows Hello feature is amongst the best of all features. You can never say that any system is free from vulnerabilities and hacking possibilities, because it’s just till the time the hacker finds a new way to hack systems.

So, this kind of security is essential; and Windows has done it perfectly.

But, when you’ve Win 10 installed on a Home PC, logging in every time starts becoming a little intriguing, especially when you have a PIN or Password.

To get rid of that feature to enter passwords and PIN’s again and again, here’s a quick way to disable login screen in Windows 10.

A Simple Way to Disable Login Password in Windows 10

Watch out the below video to quickly disable login password in Windows 10 within a minute. If you like, you can carry out with the written steps below it.

Steps to Disable Login Password in Windows 10:

  1. Open Run Command Box (Win+R).
  2. Type “netplwiz” and hit Enter.
  3. A dialog box with the title User Accounts will pop up.
  4. Deselect “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer“.
  5. A small dialog box will open asking you the User Name and Password to enter once. Enter them, click Apply –> OK.

With this done, you’ll no longer need to enter passwords to start Windows every time. It will automatically log in.


According to what I believe,  you shall do this only if you’re having a Desktop PC at your home where you need other persons to access the computer as well.

While on other PC’s used for commercial purposes, this security is one of the best ways ever to keep your system safe, free from hacking attacks.

Do you think it is safe enough to let Windows auto-login into Desktop?