How to Remove Your Windows 10 Password

Last Updated on April 17, 2021 by admin

When starting your system, you must have to enter the login password. While it is recommended to have a password on your computer to keep your computer secure and prevent it from unauthorized access. However, some people don’t like to enter a password every time they boot the system.

In this article, I will show you some ways to remove your windows password. Once you remove your password, you no longer have to log on to Windows while your computer starts.

Method#1 Using Netplwiz utility

Type Netplwiz in the search bar of your windows 10 computer and hit Enter.

User Accounts window will appear listing all windows users. Select the user for which you want to remove the password. Then click Reset Password.

On Reset Password window, leave the fields blank and click OK. Again click OK to close the User Accounts window.

When finished, restart your computer.

Method#2 Using Control Panel

Type control panel in the search bar of your windows 10 computer and press Enter.

Then click on User Accounts.

Change its view to large icons. Then click User Accounts.

Then click on Manage another account.

Now select the required account you would like to remove the password for.

Then click on Change the password.

Leave the password fields blank and click Change the password. It will remove the password instantly.

Method#3 Using Windows settings

Press windows button and from the start menu, click on Settings. Alternatively, you can also use a shortcut key to open Windows Settings by pressing Windows key+I.

Then click on Accounts.

Then click on Sign-in options tab from the left pane.

Then click on Change under the Password section.

Enter your current password, then click Next.

Leave fields blank without entering any password and click Next.

It will remove the password from your account.

Method#4 Using Cmd

Type cmd in the search bar of your windows 10 computer and hit Ctrl+Shift+Enter. It will launch an elevated command prompt.

In the command prompt, type net user username *. Replace username with your account name.

When prompted for a password, just press Enter twice. It will remove the password form your account.

All the above methods can be used to remove the password. as a result, you will no longer need to enter a password each time you start the system. But keep in mind that now your system will be accessible to everyone in your home or office.

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