A vast majority of people use a Windows device, and to make your device safe, we often put passwords to protect it from others who are not intended to be trying to use our devices. In windows 10, which is the currently most used version, you get the option of using a 4 digit code that can be entered as a protective barrier.
Just typing in a 4 digit number is a simple and quick way to access your device without having to worry about someone hacking your device. However, when the device is in a public setting, like a library, we want to log in directly without having to worry about going around sharing the password, this will just elongate the process and will create a hassle to the public.
So, let us get into it and see how we can log in the windows 10 devices automatically without the need to add in code.
Setup Windows 10 auto login quickly and easily
Just follow the steps given below; we will be sharing two methods.
Step 1. Click on the Windows button on your keyboard or simply right click on the start button. Go to the run setting. You can also use a shortcut by directly pressing on the windows and the R key on your keyboard together.
Step 2. This will open up a search dialogue box. Type the word ‘netplwiz ‘ and hit enter for the search to begin.
Step 3. Select the user account, and you will have to uncheck the option which is written as ‘Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer.’ Click on the option of ‘apply,’ and you will be automatically signed in box.
Step 4. Just enter the last password, and you will have to do that twice to confirm and finalize the changes.
Step 5. Once this is done, you no longer will need to type the 4 digit code every time someone wants to use the device. Now just restart your device to finalize the settings.
If the method above was not convenient for you, you could try this other method out as well; it is equally simple and easy to follow the steps that we are providing.
Step 1. You can use the registry editor, which will help you log in automatically without the need for any passcodes. Just like in the method above, the first step is the same, click on the windows button on your keyboard or simply right click on the start button. Go to the run setting. You can also use a shortcut by directly pressing on the windows and the R key on your keyboard together.
Step 2. In the Run dialogue box, type in ‘Regedt32.exe’ and hit the enter option.
Step 3. This will open the registry editor.
Just search for the following, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon
Step 4. You will see the entry of default username, so here you have to type the username that was set and hit ok.
Step 5. Similarly, You will see the entry of the default password, so here you have to type the last password that was set and hit ok.
Step 6. Now exit the registry editor and just simply restart your device.
This second method may include certain complexities, so we recommend using the first method as it far easier and we are sure it will work for your device.