How to Bypass Windows 7 Welcome Screen and Login Password

How to bypass Windows 7 login screen after you forgot the password? If you’re the only user of your computer, you might consider speeding up the startup process of Windows by eliminating the need to login. In this article we’ll show you two options to bypass Windows 7 Welcome screen and login password.

Option 1: Enable Automatic Logon in Windows 7

To set up the automatic login in Windows 7, begin by logging into Windows 7 with an account that has administrative privileges and then follow these steps:

  1. Click on Start menu. Type netplwiz in the search box and press Enter.
  2. From this Windows User Accounts window, select your user account from the list of computer users.
  3. Uncheck the checkbox next to “Users must enter a username and password to use this computer” option.

  4. Click OK once you have removed the check mark from the box.
  5. Provide the password for your user account when prompted, which is the final step to enabling Windows 7 automatic login for your username.

Option 2: Bypass Windows Login Password

Lets say you lost your password for your windows 7 account. You want to get in to your computer but you can’t! You are just stuck in your login screen. So, what will you do? With PCUnlocker Live CD you can bypass Windows 7 password in no time. Here’s how:

  1. Download the self-extracting Zip file of the PCUnlocker package.
  2. Unzip the downloaded file, there is an ISO image: pcunlocker.iso. Burn it onto a blank CD or USB flash drive using ISO2Disc or any CD/DVD burning software you like.
  3. Boot your locked computer from PCUnlocker Live CD or USB drive.
  4. Wait until the boot process is complete. When a window pops up with all your Windows accounts, select one of your user accounts and then click the Reset Password button.

    Reset Windows Password

  5. It will reset Windows login password immediately. Take out the CD or USB drive and reboot your computer, Windows should log into your account automatically, and thus bypass the login screen.

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