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    #2170497

    Good Afternoon,
    I am a pensioner and need help please.Its regarding windows 10 splash screen at startup.I have no problems with removing the lock and login screens but just cannot find a way to remove this first screen.I have tried the msconfig and gone into the boot menu and ticked the NO GUI Boot but that has not done anything.I would be very grateful for any assistance you could give me.  Thank You.
    Kind Regards
    Chipbutty

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    • #2170514

      Hmmm….

      Are you saying you want to bypass the usual logon screen?

      In other words, what’s on the screen that you want to bypass?

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    • #2170600

      .I have tried the msconfig and gone into the boot menu and ticked the NO GUI Boot but that has not done anything

      Are you sure it’s a Windows 10 splash screen and not your PC’s OEM splash screen ?

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      • #2170657

        Hello ,

        Thanks for your reply.After bootup the first screen i get is a black one with a white windows logo.This is followed by the lock screen which i have removed and then the login screen comes up.I want to remove the first screen so that all i am left with is the login screen.

        Kind Regards

        chipbutty

    • #2170667

      Hello ,

      Thanks for your reply.After bootup the first screen i get is a black one with a white windows logo.This is followed by the lock screen which i have removed and then the login screen comes up.I want to remove the first screen so that all i am left with is the login screen.

      Kind Regards

      chipbutty

      Try booting into the BIOS and check for boot logo.

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    • #2170675

      Thanks for the reply.I will try that.I made a mistake its a blue windows logo  not a white one that i get on the first startup screen.

    • #2170907

      I don’t know if you can disable that screen, because I believe it is coming from the BIOS, before Windows even starts.  Open to correction on that.  If the aim is to streamline the startup, you can however bypass the login screen – IF you are the only person to ever use the computer, and IF it is not a laptop liable to be lost or stolen.  It will submit your username and password automatically, and will continue the startup without intervention.  If you understand the security risk and are prepared to accept it, just enter NETPLWIZ into the search box and follow the prompts.

      Windows 10 Pro 64 bit 20H2

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    • #2170969

      Hello,

      Thank you for the information.I will keep the login screen for security reasons.I was able to remove the lock screen.You make a very valid point.about the bios.In total i have 4 different screens that come up at startup.The first one is a lenovo one which helps me get into the bios and other settings faster.The second was the windows logo one. The third was a lock screen and the fourth was the login screen.I just wanted to shorten the startup procedure.

    • #2170980

      The Lenovo logo is from the BIOS. The Windows logo is from the Windows startup routine which should require no input and go away on its own fairly quickly. Even if you could eliminate the Windows logo it would not appreciably speed up startup. There is a lot going on and displaying the logo is just to let you know there is activity.

      --Joe

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    • #2170993

      Thank you Joe.Your help was very much appreciated.

    • #2171017

      The blue Windows logo comes from the Windows 8/8.1/10 bootmgr.  I use the Windows 7 bootmgr, so I see the OEM logo (which is my avatar; I’ve customized the Intel UEFI on my DIY) and the marbles spinning in a circle for a few seconds.

      I only see the blue Windows logo on my Windows phone.

      Create a fresh drive image before making system changes/Windows updates, in case you need to start over!
      We all have our own reasons for doing the things that we do. We don't all have to do the same things.

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    • #2171030

      @chipbutty, There is also a section within winaero tweaker to prevent these from displaying.

      winaero

      "-rw-rw-rw-" extreme computing
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