disable password login windows 8

It can be quite troublesome, for Windows 8 users to always have to enter a password at login. Today, I’d like to show you how to disable password login for Windows 8. 

It’s usually not a good idea to disable password login windows 8. However, If you are not really worried about your PC getting into the hands of others, you can easily Disable Password login Windows 8.

The reason why I say it’s not a good idea, is that other people can access your PC; especially if you have important documents, that you don’t want others to access. That’s why a password is necessary.  

So if you are still wanting to Disable password login windows 8 here’s my easy to follow step by step PC Guide.

Tutorial: Disable Password Login for Windows 8  

To be able to disable password login for windows 8, you need to access the Advanced User Accounts dialog box. Here are the steps:

Step1. Start the Charm Bar and type netplwiz in the search bar. Then press enter as shown as below.  charm bar windows 8

 

Step 2: Select the user name for your PC, under where it says “users for this computer.”

Step 3: Next you are going to need to uncheck where it says “users must enter a username and password to use this computer.”

disable password login windows 8

Step 4: Click the Apply Button.

Step 5: Next, you will need to enter your existing password and confirm the password, then press ok.

sign in automatically windows 8

Step 6: You will then receive a dialog box, asking you to sign out of your Windows user account.  Press Yes to continue.

Disable user account

That’s it. You should now restart your PC to see if you still get the annoying password login screen.  If you don’t, then you have successfully disabled password login windows 8. 

I hope you have successfully disabled password login windows 8.  Please Join the discussion and share your thoughts about this tutorial.

 

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Technology Enthusiast, blogger and Microsoft Certified Professional