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How to Disable Logon Screen in Windows 8 & 7

Discussion in 'How-To Articles, Tips and Guides' started by MrExplorer, Dec 22, 2012.

  1. MrExplorer

    MrExplorer Well-Known Member

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    Many user who had used windows 7 don't put password in the user account now if they are using windows 8 they also want to remove the logon screen so that the pc start without asking the password.

    Steps:
    1. Start Run.
    2. Type netplwiz
    3. Under User tab select the user then untick the checkbox as mentioned in the image.

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  2. McLovin

    McLovin Well-Known Member

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    Disabling this though will raise the risk of people getting into your machine. I prefer to always have to type a password even if it might be 35-100 characters long I like to be safe than sorry.

    Nice guide none the less. :)
     
  3. MrExplorer

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    i know Disabling will increase the risk of of people getting into your machine but then also many users who are living i joint family and use single computer they don't use to put a password this guide are for them
     
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    Umbra Polaris Testing And Review Expert MalwareTips Staff

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    Trust no one even your family in matter of computer security, they are the second main vectors of infection.
     
  5. McLovin

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    True, but having so many users on one account (well I would) would get things/files mixed up, so having 2 accounts or more there would be good. Also a good idea to have it enabled so that if you have a child in the house that likes to get around sites and what not then he/she has the perfect opportunity to do so.
     
  6. MrExplorer

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    Yes right
     
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    People who are lazy enough not to password protect their desktop/laptop are same who forget to put keys on locker/house.

    Thanks Unknown for share
     
  8. MrExplorer

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    Most Welcome
     
  9. tapoo

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    i knew, how to do that in Win XP, but had no idea about Win 7/8.....
    but, i would like to use my pc with password
    Thanx for the tip :)
     
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    welcome yes even prefer to protect my laptop with password
     

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