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How To Automatically Log in Windows 7/Vista/XP with Control Usepasswords2?

Jerry Leo

Apr 07,2012 06:30 / Posted by to Windows Tips
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As is known to all, the Windows login screen appears as long as we log onto PC. Have you ever felt frustrated with the screen and wonder to skip the login screen without entering the username and password? In another word, have you ever looked for a way to log into Windows automatically, which we will never worry about lost or forgot Windows 7 password by accident? There is a typical case that many of us once encountered with:

Part One: How to Make Windows Automatically Login with a Default Account?

Problem: I have only one account on my windows XP, when I start my computer, the login window is never useful. Is there a way to make my computer to automatically log in to my account every time I start the computer?

Solution: If you own Windows XP, it is a piece of cake to log in your laptop with the help of its auto login feature. And now, we just take Windows 7 as reference, which is similar with other Operation System.You can simply achieve it through control userpasswords2 in 4 simple steps.

Step 1: Click Start button and input control userpasswords2 in the text search box, and then press OK.The following screen will come up.
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Note: You can also use netplwiz instead of control userpasswords2 if it doesn't work.

Step 2: Uncheck the box that Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer, select the User Name that will be automatically logged in, and then click Apply button.
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Step 3: In the following dialog box, enter and confirm the password for the selected User Name, and then click OK button.
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Step 4: Click Ok on the User Accounts screen to finish your operation.

Now the auto login for your selected account in Windows 7 is enabled. Restart your computer, then you can log on Windows 7 automatically without entering password. Isn't easy and convenient? Although the steps above are operated in Windows 7, you can also enable to auto login Windows XP/Vista through control userpasswords2 with these steps.

Part Two: Tips for Auto Login Through Control Userpasswords2

1. Enable this auto login features carefully.
This auto login feature should only be used provided you don't need any security set on the desktop, such as a home computer or a small office that offers a group desktop.

2. Create a password reset disk for emergency.
With this auto login feature, it seems you are in no need of a password reset disk in case of Windows password lost. But it cannot be too careful as no one knows what will happen tomorrow. So it is better to create a password reset disk for emergencies.

3. Crack Windows password safely if lost.
If your Windows password lost, you can crack Windows password without any computer data loss by taking advantage of Windows Password Unlocker, which can help you crack Windows password in less than 5 minutes. It allows you to burn a password reset disk with a CD/DVD or USB flash drive in any computer if you cannot log on your own PC.

Of course, it is worth to mention, how to use this software when we met with Windows password reset issues. Is it really without any difficulty in resetting Windows password on Windows 7/XP/Vista?Find your answer quickly with following info.

Part 3: How to Reset Windows 7/Vista/XP Password

As to reset Windows password on Windows 7/XP/Vista password, it is suggested to take Windows Password Unlocker to have a try. There are 4 steps to follow:

1. Download and install Windows Password Unlocker Professional in any accessible computer.

2. Burn a password reset disk with a CD/DVD or USB flash drive

3. Set the locked computer to boot from CD/DVD or USB

4. Reset Windows password with the burned CD/DVD or USB drive

After reading the article, make sure whether you can gain automatically acess to your PC or you have created a Windows password reset disk for prevention of Windows password lost trouble.

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