Password-protecting Windows 10 is an important security feature that I consider mandatory if you use your computer in a crowded office, school, institution and any other public environment. It’s even more important if you own a laptop or a notebook and you’re taking it everywhere with you.
Any portable device is at risk of getting stolen even if you’re always careful with it – never underestimate a seasoned thief. Nevertheless, if your computer is safe at home, or you’re not storing any unprotected sensitive data on it, it makes sense you’d want to remove password login from Windows 10.
Typing in the password over and over again can quickly become annoying, despite the robust layer of security it provides. If you want to use Windows 10 without entering your password, this can be easily accomplished.
How to remove password login from Windows 10
In the Start menu search type in netplwiz and select the first result displayed to run it.
Uncheck the box next to the ‘Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer‘ option and hit the OK button.
A dialog window will appear, prompting you to enter your username and password. Type in your credentials and click OK.
Guess what? It’s done! From now on, you’ll never see that login password prompt every time you boot your Windows system.