Description: The article contains the topic which is closely related to windows 10 auto login. From the content below, we may acquire some useful skills which should be the easy way to bypass both the lock screen and the sign-in screen started by opening a run command.
Windows 10 my default comes with both a lock screen and a sign-in screen sign-in screen and black screen are great, if you’re working on a computer that has more than one user or you use your computer in a not safe place I happen to use my laptop only at home.
I’m the only user on that computer, a lock screen and the sign-in screen are a little bit redundant and if you reboot your system quite often, it can be a real pain, let me show you an easy way to bypass both the lock screen and the sign-in screen started by opening a run command.
The easiest way to do that is to use the shortcut key combination of the Windows key and the r4 run key, once that’s open type in net p/l wiz in case you’re interested that stands for network places wizard say OK.
Once this opens, you’ll notice it says user must enter a username and password to use this computer to bypass the lock screen and sign in uncheck this hit apply, enter your password, confirm it says OK, when you reboot your computer, you will no longer see the lock screen and it will automatically sign in for you, stay safe, be free, I hope this helps.