Normally every Windows user has their own password. In some special cases, however, it may be useful remove this authentication methodto achieve faster computer startup. We will now show you the simplest method for this here.
First you need to access the system settings via the shortcut in the start menu.
Access to the system settings
Then choose Accounts (user accounts)to open Account Settings.
Now open the section Sign-in options and click password. This will create a button called change called. Use them to change your password.
Enter your current password in the window that appears. Then click Next.
Enter current password
Now it’s time remove your password. Windows will prompt you to enter your new password. Leave all text boxes blank and click Next.
Clear new password
Confirm the changes and close the wizard with the button finish.
Confirm new password
From now on your username will no longer be protected by a password. If there are no other user accounts on the computer, Windows will log in automatically. This is a drastic solution and we recommend you only use it if you are sure that nobody can access your computer or if it is a test computer.
However, if you prefer a workaround, you can ask Windows not to ask for the user password, when it is reactivated after the stand-by mode. To do this, go back to System Settings and scroll down the same section of the Sign-in options through the list of options until you Require sign-in (login required) find. Set the value of the drop-down list to don’t believe (no).
Disable password after sleep mode
This way you keep your account password and at the same time you are not constantly asked for it by Windows. Consider putting your computer in sleep or standby mode instead of shutting it down.