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Login Automatically to Windows 8.1 & Bypass Lock Screen Every Time [How To]

Posted in Windows9 years ago • Written by Jenny AaronComments Off on Login Automatically to Windows 8.1 & Bypass Lock Screen Every Time [How To]

The most convenient feature of Windows 8.1 is that you can make settings on it to automatically logon. It is very useful feature for the users who have their personal computer, though not very useful for the systems used by multiple users. Here you will find the procedure of setting an automatic logon in Windows 8.1. Although it is described here for Windows 8.1, but you can use it for Windows 8. So, lets start the procedure without much delay.

Bypass Lock Screen Password Authentication in windows 8.1 by entering Password Automatically [Procedure]

Step 1: You need to click the Start button to enter the “Start” Screen where you should write “netplwiz” and press the “Enter” key on your keyboard. It will open the “User Accounts” Window on your screen. You will see all the User Accounts in this window.

Log On Automatically SettingsStep 2: Here you will find a box before the option that says the Users must enter a username and password to use this computer. You need to check this option.

User Accounts in Windows 8.1Step 3: Once you check and click to the option “Apply”, another window will appear on your screen that is about “Automatically Logon” menu. It requires a Username and Password. You need to fill these boxes. When you type the username and password in the following boxes, the system will save your password for an automatic logon. Now you do not need to enter your username and password every time you logon. Click the option “OK” when you have filled the boxes. It’s recommended to restart the system to check whether the changes apply to your system or not.

User Name and Password SettingsIf changes do not apply, you need to follow the same process again to confirm whether the changes you performed have been saved in the system or not. If the changes have not been saved, you need to save them properly to logon automatically without typing your username and password while you start the system.

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