I installed Windows 10 and I was "forced" to create a password to enter Windows. I don't want to have any password to enter the PC.
What must I do to eliminate the password?
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Look on google how to update your user to a local account and remove your microsoft account.I think,therefore i am a hamster.
If one is using a Microsoft account to login, and one removes the password (if that is even practically possible), it is a HORRIBLE SECURITY RISK.
If you still want a no-password login (a bad idea to begin with):
1. Use a Non-MS, non-domain, local account
2. Login, then change the password to blank
Better option might be to use an autologin on a local account with a password. At least that way one still has security from remote interactions, if not local.
Yet, how hard are passwords? Especially with password managers. (I have been a supporter & user of 1password for the past 4years).
Working without passwords is inviting trouble.
Last edited by Cornucopia; 6th Mar 2021 at 17:23.
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You don't need a password for windows cause if anybody tried to get in that you don't know it's really easy to bypass the password.I think,therefore i am a hamster.