Enable Auto Log In for Windows XP & Windows 7

In the internet cafes, all computers must auto-login to Windows. Especially when it have more than one user account, for example one account is Administrator’s account for managing the computers and another account for the customers.

Practically, for the public use it is recommended to login as Standard type (Limited in Windows XP) account.

To enabled Windows to automatically login into one account every time on it’s start up,  a little configuration have to be made.

Enable Auto Login Windows on Start Up for Windows XP

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1. Press Start and click Run (or by short cut CTRL-R)

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2. type in “control userpasswords2” and click OK button.

3. Uncheck the option “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer” and click Apply.

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4. Enter the user name and passwords. Clik OK and OK again.

You will no longer be prompted to enter the password upon login. As the example given above, the Windows will auto login to cybercafe’s account every time it start.

Enable Auto Login Windows on Start Up for Windows 7

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1. Press Start and type netplwiz in the search line and press Enter.

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2. On the User Accounts windows, uncheck the Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer box. Click OK.

3.  Enter the user name and passwords then Clik OK.

You will no longer be prompted to enter the password upon login. As the example given above, the Windows will auto login to cybercafe’s account every time it start.