Bypass Windows 7 logon screen
Sometimes, it is quite annoying and a waste of time to input password every time you access your computer, especially when you are the only user and need to use the computer every day. What about bypassing logon screen, entering windows 7 and doing the things you want directly? Remove the password? But you will still see logon screen. The difference is that you have no need to input password anymore.
To bypass logon screen, follow below steps.
1 Press WinKey + R, type “Control User passwords2″ in the box to open User Accounts. Or Click Start, input “netplwiz” in the search box and hit Enter.
2 To configure the automatic logon, select your user name in the “Users for this computer” list. Then clear the “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer” check box.
Note: Once you clear the “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer” check box, “Users for this computer” list becomes unavailable.
3 Then click Apply, you will be required to type and confirm the account password, click OK to complete the operation.
To test your automatic logon, simply restart your computer. Windows 7 will bypass logon screen and automatically log on.
Warning: It is easy to forget the password on the condition that you do not input it after a long time. So keep the password in mind. If you unfortunately forgot the password, you may adopt Windows 7 password recovery tools for help.
If you have already forgotten windows 7 admin password, and want to bypass logon screen when you are locked out, Windows Password Breaker could do that for you.
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