How to automatically log into Windows 7

If you would like to automatically log into Windows 7, you can have the operating system do so. There is a potential security risk, I strongly would not recommend you do this on a laptop, public or shared computer. If it’s a stationary computer that is in your home office or study, then the risk are much lower. Of course, if someone breaks into your home, its gonna be a piece of cake for that person to break into your computer too. Anyway, lets take a look at how to setup Windows to log in automatically:


Click Start, type: remove netplwiz


Hit Enter on your keyboard


On the User Accounts window, select your account name then uncheck the box Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer. Then click Apply


Enter your password and confirm it then click OK


Click OK

You will now be able to log into your computer automatically.


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2 responses to “How to automatically log into Windows 7

  1. Alison Forst

    If you are required reinstalling the Windows 7 edition of Microsoft but unable to trace windows key then you can easily trace it on the backside of your PC or underside, in the case of laptop. Windows 7 key is generally sited on a yellow decal. Sometimes, the decal will be sited within the CD coat of the software product, or you can also trace it in the manual of particular software. If you find yourself unable to trace the product key, it means you have lost the license of the valuable Windows 7 software. One may also mislay a great contract of time annoying to track the product key down, or probing various PC mediums for a way out.’

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    • Unfortunately, the keys generated for OEM computers cannot be maintained or monitored by Microsoft. That is the responsibility of the OEM. It has changed with the release of Windows 8 though.

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