In terms of desktop operating systems, Windows 10 is the best. Currently, most desktop and laptop computers run on the operating system. Every other desktop OS lacks the customization options, security options, and privacy features of Windows 10.
You may already know that Windows 10 requires a password to log in for the sake of computer security if you have been using the operating system for some time. You must enter your password every time you put your computer into sleep mode. The login screen is good for security, but if you’re the only one using the system, it’s unnecessary.
Occasionally, this could also be annoying. It is possible to skip the login screen in Windows 10 thanks to an option provided by Microsoft. Your password will no longer have to be entered every time you try to log in if you make the decision to do so.

2 Methods to Skip Login Screen on Windows 10 PC

The following article outlines two easy ways to bypass the login screen in Windows 10. Let’s get started.
Note: The login screen in Windows 10 is an important feature. This security feature should never be disabled if your computer is shared. Using your computer would become open to anyone if the login screen is disabled.

1. Skip Login using User Account Settings

For Windows 10 to skip the login screen, you need to make some changes to User Account settings. You can bypass Windows login screen by following a few simple steps listed below.

Step 1. First of all, press Windows Key + R key on your computer to open the RUN dialog box.

Step 2. On the RUN dialog box, enter ‘netplwiz‘ and hit the Enter button.

Step 3. This will take you to the User Accounts page.

Step 4. On the User Accounts page, uncheck the option ‘User must enter a user name and password to use this computer’ and click on the ‘Ok‘ button.

That’s it! You are done. Now you will no longer see the Windows 10 login screen.

2. Editing the Group Policy

In this method, we will make some changes to the Local Group Policy editor to skip the login screen on Windows 10. Follow some of the simple steps given below.

Step 1. First of all, press Windows Key + R on your computer to open the RUN dialog box.

Step 2. On the RUN dialog box, enter ‘gpedit.msc’ and hit the Enter button.

Step 3. This will open the Local Group Policy Editor.

Step 4. Head to the Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Logon.

Step 5. On the right pane, scroll down and double click on the “Don’t display the Getting Started welcome screen at logon” option.

Step 6. On the next page, select ‘Enabled‘ and click on the ‘Ok‘ button.

Note: The two methods shared in the article might not work on the latest version of Windows 10. Also, if you are using the Preview builds of Windows 10, it may not work.