Windows 10 Auto Login

With Windows 10 you can log in to your PC faster using a simple four-digit PIN. This feature was originally introduced in Windows 8 and still remains in Windows 10. If you are the sole owner of your PC (that is, it is not shared with anyone) and you find that a PIN is not fast enough, you can configure it to log in. automatically too.

Important: For obvious security reasons, you do not use this function if you are using a shared computer with multiple accounts in your home. Also, you don't have this set up when you use your Windows 10 laptop in a public location. But if you are alone and in a safe location, this allows you to move faster.

Log in automatically in Windows 10

Method 1: Log in automatically in Windows 10 without password

Step 1 . Right-click on the Start button and select Run in the hidden shortcut menu, or you can use the keyboard shortcut Windows key + R to display the Run dialog box.

 Run from the hidden quick access menu

Step 2 . Now type: netplwiz and press Enter or click OK.

 Windows 10 automatic login

Step 3 . Then, first select your user account and then uncheck the option labeled Users must enter a username and password to use this computer . Click Apply the button to view Automatically log in to the box .



Step 4 . In the dialog box, type your password and then re-enter it to confirm it.


That's it! After restarting the system, you will still see the login screen, but you will not need to enter anything. This process also ignores the lock screen.

It is also worth mentioning that you can still block your PC when you move away by pressing Windows Key + L. If you wish to re-enter, you must log in with your password.

Again, you do not have this enabled if you are away from home with your Windows 10 computer in a public place or while traveling. You do not want someone to have free access to all your data.

Method 2: Use Registry Editor to activate automatic login

To use Registry Editor to activate automatic login, follow these steps:

  1. Click in Start and then in Run .
  2. In the box Open write Regedt32. exe and then press Enter.
  3. Find the following subkey in the registry:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SOFTWARE Microsoft Windows NT CurrentVersion Winlogon

  4. Double-click DefaultUserName enter your name user and then click OK .
  5. Double-click the entry DefaultPassword enter your password and then click OK . Note If the value DefaultPassword does not exist, it must be added. To add the value, follow these steps:
    1. On the Edit menu, click New and then point to String Value .
    2. Type DefaultPassword and then press Enter.
    3. Double-click DefaultPassword .
    4. In the dialog Edit string enter your password and then click OK .

    Note If a default password string is not specified, Windows automatically changes the key value AutoAdminLogon from 1 (true) to 0 (false), disabling the AutoAdminLogon function.

  6. On the Edit menu click New and then point to String value .
  7. Type AutoAdminLogon and then press Enter.
  8. Double-clicks on AutoAdminLogon .
  9. In Edit string Type 1 and then click OK .
  10. You must add the value DefaultDomain if you have joined the computer to a domain, and the data for the value must be set as the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the domain.
  11. Exit Registry Editor.
  12. Click Start click Shut down and then type a reason in the text box Comment .
  13. Click OK to turn off the computer.
  14. Restart the computer. You can now log in automatically.


  • To skip the AutoAdminLogon process and log in as a different user, press and hold Shift after logging out or after restarting Windows.
  • This registry change does not work if the Logon Banner value is defined on the server by a Group Policy object (GPO) or by a local policy. When the policy is changed so that it does not affect the computer, the automatic login function works as expected.
  • When the EAS (Exchange Active Sync) password restrictions are active, the automatic login function does not work. This behavior is by design. This behavior is caused by a change in Windows 8.1 and does not affect Windows 8 or earlier versions. To avoid this behavior in Windows 8.1 and later versions, delete the EAS policies in Control Panel.
  • An interactive console login that has a different user on the server changes the registry entry DefaultUserName as the last connected User Indicator. AutoAdminLogon relies on the DefaultUserName entry to match the username and password. Therefore, it can fail. You can configure a shutdown script to set the Default user name .
  • You can also use the Sysinternals AutoLogon tool to enable this functionality more easily. It also helps you use an encrypted version of the password.

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