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.
In Windows 7 you often need to run programs like DOS to run with Administrator rights to perform some critical tasks. To do this every time you have to right click on the icon and have to select Run as Administrator.
Here is a little work around to avoid right clicking the application every time you open it. Follow the steps given below to do so…
- Right click on the application icon or shortcut and click on Properties.
- Click on “Compatibility” tab.
- There check the Run this program as an administrator box.
- Click on Apply and Ok.
- If you want to allow all the users to run the application as Administrator then click on Change settings for all users .
- Again check the Run this program as an administrator box in the newly opened dialogue box.
- Click Apply and Ok.
- You are done.
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