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Solutions To Some Common Problems With Windows 7 Login

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Posted 28 March 2013 - 11:54 PM

With the increasing popularity of Windows 7, the issues on Windows 7 login become one of the hottest topics on Windows 7. Similar to Windows Server 2008, Windows 7 has strict password policies by default, and as a result, Windows 7 users have to face the problem on how to recover Windows 7 password. In addition, there are also other problems on Windows 7 login happening around us from now and then. 
Automatic login in Windows 7...
Login password is always set to protect important data from peeping by others. In other words, if there isn’t any vital data in your Windows 7 PC, it isn’t necessary for you to have a login password. We shouldn’t deny that to set a login password may cause you a lot of troubles if you forget it. And also, to log in with a password may waste you a lot of time. If you are the only user or you are a home user, you can totally choose to log in without password. How to set it? It is actually pretty easy. Go to “Start” and type “netplwiz” in the “Search” box and hit “Enter” to “User Accounts” dialogue box. Then uncheck “Users must a enter username and password to use this computer” option and press “OK” to finish the whole setting.
Disable fingerprint login in Windows 7...
Some Windows 7 users are allowed to log in with fingerprint on a laptop or computer with a biometric sensor, such as a fingerprint reader. It is convenient but also potentially dangerous. Then how to disable fingerprint login in Windows 7? You just need to go to “Control Panel” and choose “System and Security” and click “Device Manager” under “System”. After that, disable your fingerprint device. Then it’s OK. 
Windows 7 keeps saying login password is wrong...
First of all, make sure you’ve remembered clearly your password. And if your Windows 7 PC still keeps telling you that the password is wrong, the reasons may be various in different conditions. It may be resulted by your wrong input, say, you’ve opened the “Caps Lock” key by accident and then you’ve actually entered the wrong password. It is also possible that your administrator has changed the password for your account. If your computer is in a workgroup, anyone who has an administrator account on the computer can change your password. Besides, check whether you’ve clicked on the wrong user account. 
Lost Windows 7 password...
Some Windows 7 users may have ever been troubled by their lost Windows 7 password. It’s indeed a big trouble. Windows 7 password policies are similar to those at in Windows Server 2008, so we can reset Windows 7 password in the similar way to reset admin password Server 2008. If we have password reset disk, we can get the password reset with ease. If not, try to make use of some reliable Windows 7 password reset tools no matter it’s an administrator password or a guest password. 

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