Bypass automatically the Windows Sign In password screen
If you use a desktop PC or for any reason you don’t feel there is a danger that someone else may open and use your computer, perhaps you are frustrated to have to give your password each time you start Windows.
There is an easy way you can bypass this procedure. When you are inside Windows press Win+R to open the command prompt, and write netplwiz
Windows will open the User Accounts dialogue (you can also go there through the Control Panel), where you need to uncheck (clear) the option Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer.
When you apply the new setting Windows presents you with a final dialogue named “Automatically sign in”. In this dialogue you need to give and confirm your password. Then press OK and again OK.
Next time you logon Windows will remember this setting and will use automatically the password you gave in the last dialogue to get you inside automatically.