In Windows 10, you are asked to enter password every time you turn on the machine. That is the default behavior and it helps keeping your machine safe from unwanted users.
But if you are the only one having access or if you don’t mind anyone else accessing your machine then you can get rid of this login screen and save some time and efforts. Follow the steps given below to do so.
Go to start, type netplwiz and select the first result.
In this window, select the user for which you want to enable auto login and uncheck the option “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer” and click OK.
It will prompt you for the password. Enter the account password and confirm the password and click OK.
Restart your computer and it should login to your default account.
With so many new budget phones launching every day, it is really hard to find the right one which suits your budget and has decent configuration too. So just to help reduce your time in finding the right phone, we have compiled a list of top 5 budget android phones.
With HD display, 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM and 1.5 GHz true octa-core processor, this phone scores 7.5/10 on specsheet in this price range. It misses on OS update (still running on KitKat) and FHD display. Also there are mixed user reviews from verified buyers around the net. You can checkout more about this phone here Panasonic Eluga Icon (Slate).
It has got almost all the good things in it. Initially the phone was running Cyanogen out of the box. But now users will have to visit service centre to get the Cyanogen installed on this phone. With Cyanogen you will get frequent OS updates and lot more control over the OS. With 13 mp camera, 1.5 GHz Octa-core processor and 2 GB RAM and Full HD display this one deserves to be in the top 5 list.
2.5 GHz quad core processor, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM, 13MP camera – I am sure it has already got your attention with this specs. And the main attraction is NFC. There are not many phones with decent specs that come under 10K and has NFC too. Classy looks of this one adds a bonus point. Only issue is – this phone does not support Indian 4G bands. So if you are planning to use 4G any time soon ,then you can skip this one.
Finger print scanner, 1.3 GHz octa core processor, 3 GB RAM, 3000 mAh battery and HD display -what more can we ask for in 9k? This phone scores 9/10 on spec sheet for this range. Phone’s build quality too is up to the mark and looks beautiful in hand. Not only that, phone is also loved by real users. With all the positive reviews around the net I had to put this on #2.
This one is my personal favourite. It has most balanced specs I have seen within this range – backed by Lenovo’s really nice customer service (I am already using a Lenovo tablet). 2 GB RAM, 1.7 GHz Octa-core processor, full HD display, 3000 mAh battery, 16 GB ROM and all of these at below 10K price. Very few would disagree about this one being put at #1 in budget category.
Don’t see your favourite phone here? Use the comment box below to enlighten us.