Enable Auto Login in Windows 7

November 21st, 2009

If you have set a password for your windows7 user,you need to enter the password every time login this user.There is a way to enable auto login which also works for XP and Vista.
1.Go to Start->Run(type “run” in search field),type “control userpasswords2″(without quotes) and click OK.
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Alternatively,click Start and search netplwiz in search field.
2.After step one ,you will see this screen.Just select the user you want to login automatically,and uncheck “User must enter a user name and password to use this computer”

Following I enabled “wraith” user to auto login:

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Click on Apply,and you’ll be asked to enter the user password.

3 Responses to “Enable Auto Login in Windows 7”

  1. win 7 zilla says:

    Many thanks for your beneficial piece of information. I have been inquiring for this for ages in many sites. Windows 7 is a wondrous software ever. I recommend Win7Zilla to tweak Windows 7 efficiently

  2. nick says:

    why don’t you just remove password
    if you don’t want to enter pw

  3. Fried says:

    @nick
    You could probs make it ask for password for admin tasks. But this way u dont have to pw to log in. Idk but good point

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