Not everyone needs that Passwords of a thing. Not everyone loves to Input a Long Digit or Alphabetic Letter each time, he/she turns ON the Laptop.
But before we begin, Removing Passwords on Laptops makes your Device to be free to use and it is advised that this method should be used on Laptops that are usually kept at home for personal use!
If you are a Businessman/woman, who moves around with your device or just for fun, then, I will advise you NOT to adapt to this method, as it makes your Laptop more vulnerable!
Well, today, I will be showing you the quickest and simplest working method on How to Remove Passwords from Windows 10 Laptops, Windows and I will also show you, how to remove Passwords when your Laptop goes back to Sleep.
*. First, click the Windows 10 Start Menu and type netplwiz. Select the program that appears with the same name.
One of the functions of this Command is to give you full control over other Administrators, where you can either remove, add or change the name.
*. The next step is to un-tick that box that states “Users must enter a username and password to use this computer”
When you click Apply it will prompt you for your current password. Enter it twice and you’re finished. The next time you reboot, or your PC wakes up from a nap, you’ll no longer need to type in your password.
That part is done. Now, this other Method is for those that their Laptop is ON Password whenever it wakes up from Sleep Mode. This is how to Remove it!
How to Remove Passwords from Sleep Mode
*. Firstly, now go to your System Settings.
*. Then Go to the “Your Account, Email, Sync, work, family” that is at the top right corner.
*. After clicking on it, at the left column, click on the “Sign-in options”
*. After clicking on it, look at the first options on the right side, it says “If you’ve been away, when should Windows require you to sign in again?” it has two options, “NEVER or WHEN PC WAKES UP FROM SLEEP”
*. Now Choose or Enter “NEVER”
Go away, close the tab, it has automatically been saved, you can restart your PC to confirm and let it sleep, then wake again to confirm.
Stay glued till the next tutorial!