Make Windows Stop Asking Me For A Password


Windows asks for your name and password only when it needs to know who’s tapping on its keys. And it needs that information for any of these three reasons:
  1. Your computer is part of a network, and your identity determines what goodies you can access.
  2. The computer’s owner wants to limit what you can do on the computer.
  3. You share your computer with other people and want to keep others from logging on with your name and changing your files and settings
If these concerns don’t apply to you, purge the password by following the first two steps in the section “Keeping your account private with a password,” but choose Remove Your Password instead of Change Your Password.

Without that password, anybody can now log on using your user account and view (or destroy) your files. If you’re working in an office setting, this setup can be serious trouble. If you’vebeen assigned a password, it’s better to simply get used to it