Whenever you turn on your computer, it asks to enter the password. Is there any way to bypass windows logon screen or get into the administrator account directly without entering the password? Yes, without changing, entering or resetting the password you are able to access the administrator account.
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Follow step by step procedures with the images to bypass windows logon screen automatically whenever you start or restart your computer.
Warning: Enabling this automatically bypassing system allows any users can use your system without a password and access all files in the administrator account.
Step 1: First, turn on your system by normal method. (Enter password and logon).
Step 2: Press Windows key + R at the same time to open the Run window.
Step 3: Type netplwiz and hit the OK button. (This will let you open the User Accounts window.)
Step 4: Choose or select any one of the local administrator account from the list that you want to logon without password.
Step 5: Uncheck the box Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer and click Apply button. (This will open an Automatically Sign In window.)
Step 7: Enter the current password in that window and click OK button.
Now, close all the window and restart your computer. Your computer will automatically bypass windows logon screen without entering a password.
To reverse the process, do the above steps up to 4. In Step 5, instead unchecking the box Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer, check the box and click Apply button. Again restart your computer to see the change.
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