It’s always a pain when you have to wait for the login screen during startup, especially when you have something urgent to do. At one time or the other, you wish there was some way around it. My friend, your prayers have been answered; the Windows help team says that you can actually perform an automatic login at the startup.
So how do you perform this time saving task? The Windows help team says that all you have to do is follow the instruction prepared by them.
The Windows help team points out that this procedure is an easy one and that it will only take a matter of minutes to get you through it.
Instructions by the Windows help team
- To start off with the procedure by the Windows help team, you will have to login to your administrator account. The Windows help team says that if you only have one account, then this account will be your administrator account.
- Now click on the “Start” button an open the “Run” program. The Windows help team says that this can also be done by holding the “Windows” key on the keyboard and press the “R” key on your keyboard.
- Now type in the following command in the field without the quotes and hit the “Enter” key; “control userpasswords2”
- From the new window that pops up, at the top of the window you will find an option called “User must enter a username and password to use this computer”, you are to uncheck this option. The Windows help team’s instruction is almost complete.
- Now click on the OK button. You will be prompted to enter the password of your administrator account for which you want automatic login.
- To complete the procedure by the Windows help team, all you have to do is click on the OK button.
The next time you switch on your computer, you won’t have to wait for that boring login screen. Enjoy!