How do I have a password on my computer, but have it so I don’t have to type it in to logon to my computer?

When you share files and folders with other computers on your network, you may only be able to do it successfully if you have a password on your computer.

If however, you don’t want to keep typing that password in to logon to your computer when it boots up, you can do the follow.

  1. Go to start –> run
  2. Type without quotes “control userpasswords2”
  3. Untick the box that says “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer
Now if your user account has a password, you don’t require to enter it when logging into your computer.


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