Remove login password from vista or windows 7

At the time of starting Windows Vista or 7, the system makes us enter our password to log in. It does not make us good feeling. Today, I have come with a tip to get rid of this problem.

While installing Vista or 7 and starting using it, we are to be required to enter in a password for our account. But after that, we are not really put a choice to remove the password if we do not want it. We are just sort of stuck typing it in every time and that can get old rather quickly.

If we have many users who use our computer, we should consider leaving it this way. It is a good way of having security feature and it helps to keep all of the different accounts, files and preferences separate from each other. But at the time of one user, we should be able to get rid of the password prompt if we want.
If you would like to bypass the Windows Vista or 7 log on process and remove your password, just follow these steps given below by me.

   1. Go to Start menu and then Control Panel.
   2. Click on the User Accounts and Family Safety link.
   3. Then, click on the User Accounts link.
   4. Under the “Make changes to your user account” section, click on the Remove Your Password link for    your account.
   5. On the next screen that comes up, enter in your current password.
   6. Click on the Remove Password button to confirm everything.
   7. Close out of all the open windows and restart your computer. It will allow you to test the system to make sure your password really was removed.

From now on, when you start up your Vista or 7 computer, you will be taken to your desktop automatically and you will no longer have to worry about a password.
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