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     Lugh 3 months ago.

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      woody
      Da Boss

      Lance Whitney returns with an explanation of Windows Hello ways to log in to Windows without a password. PINs, pics, swipes and winks, oh my! They’re
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      TsarNikky
      AskWoody Plus

      How about the “no password” option in Windows-10; similar the option in WIndows-7?

      There ARE a lot of PCs having only one user at one location.  One example: a single person’s laptop or desktop PC used only in their home.  Clearly, no need to have a password to login.  Not everyone is lost in the rapture of mobility or the use of mobile devices.

      If this is a “missing” feature in WIndows-10–still one of many reasons to remain with Windows-7.

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      Lugh
      AskWoody_MVP

      How about the “no password” option in Windows-10 … If this is a “missing” feature in WIndows-10

      It’s in Win10, I use it.

      Lugh.
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