In the last couple of versions of the Windows operating system, Microsoft has focused a large amount on user accounts—in particular, making sure you all have one. There are security reasons for this as well as practical reasons.

For many people, having to login into a user account is an annoyance because of they are the only ones who use the computer in their homes and it takes time and effort to log in every day. But before you get too annoyed you might want to consider that one of the upsides of having a user account is so that you can log into it from other computers when you are away from home also. In fact, that was one of the main reasons according to reports of Microsoft enforcing the user account.

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Sadly there is no way to take away having to log in the user account with a password each time you turn on the computer that is running on the Windows 10 operating system no matter what you do from its settings. However, there is an option to take away the password requirements when you wake the computer from sleeping—something that also requires a password if you are using the default version of Windows 10 without having adjusted any of the settings.

How to remove the login password in Windows 10 so you don’t need to enter a password when waking the computer from sleep

1. Click on the Start menu and then the Settings gear icon from the left side pane to open up the Windows Settings.

2. Click on the Accounts option from the menu.

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3. Click on the Sign-in Options from the left side pane.

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4. Click where it says Require sign-in and then change it to Never.

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5. You know you have done it correctly when the drop-down box is set to Never from the outside.

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In conclusion, that is how to take off the login password when you turn the computer back on from when it was sleeping. You can click on the X in the top right corner and close the Windows Settings now, and it will remember your preferences automatically. Remember that it only takes away the required of the password after the computer is woken from sleeping and not when you have completely powered it down and turned it back on again.