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Windows 7: remove welcome screen


27 Jul 2009   #11

Null
 
 

Autologon

works with a password and all versions of windows 2000+


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08 Sep 2009   #12

windows 7
 
 

MSconfig NO GUI option... removes the startup win 7 graphic. But does not remove the Welcome Screen with the "new RTM colours and flowers screen".

Thanks though it was a good try.
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12 Jan 2010   #13

Windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mikestarzynski View Post
MSconfig NO GUI option... removes the startup win 7 graphic. But does not remove the Welcome Screen with the "new RTM colours and flowers screen".
Now, that's the one I want to ditch... Hell, I know I'm welcome to my PCs ever since Windows XP, I don't need them to be that polite anymore...
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19 Feb 2010   #14

Windows 7
 
 

Although the Help & Support message says you can't do it, it can easily be done.

Go to Control Panel, Power Options. At the top of the list on the left is: "Require a password on wakeup." Click on that. At the bottom of the screen is "Change settings that are currently unavailable" Click on that sentence. Check mark "Don't require a password on wakeup"

I found it while setting up my new computer with Windows 7 and haven't been bothered since.
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26 Feb 2010   #15

Windows 7 64x
 
 

You can remove it the exact same way as XP.

-open a command and type in "control userpasswords2" and press Enter
-uncheck the users must enter a user name and password to use this computer

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06 Mar 2010   #16

Windows 7 Ultmate
 
 

Quote:
Although the Help & Support message says you can't do it, it can easily be done.

Go to Control Panel, Power Options. At the top of the list on the left is: "Require a password on wakeup." Click on that. At the bottom of the screen is "Change settings that are currently unavailable" Click on that sentence. Check mark "Don't require a password on wakeup"

I found it while setting up my new computer with Windows 7 and haven't been bothered since.

Thanks. This worked for me.
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27 Sep 2010   #17

Windows Ultimate x64
 
 

I am trying to bypass entering a password, it is possible by going to the command line and typing "control userpasswords2" you then get a management console that comes up and allows you to de-select a box for any of your user accounts, then hit apply and enter the password for this account twice. Once this is done you can reboot and it should go directly to desktop.

My problem is I am trying to do this on a computer that is on a domain and I am having different issues. Has anyone accomplished this on a PC that is on a domain? Any feedback would be helpful.
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28 Sep 2010   #18

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit.>>+ ubuntu
 
 
remove welcome screen

run---------->>>>msconfig---------->>> shershe tab boot--->>>sheck = NO GUI BOOT

u can change timeout and make 3 second

enjoy ---->> abdelhak = morocco-->>> i love this forum
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19 Jan 2011   #19

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
 
 
need help

hey guys when I am away from my computer it goes back to the login screen after 5 minutes when I am not doing anything on it

I haven't got no passwords set it just goes onto it when i am not by my computer

is their any way you can get rid of this so it dont go onto the login screen when your not at your computer?
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19 Jan 2011   #20

Windows Ultimate x64
 
 

Raven

Right click desktop, personalize, click screen saver, if you do not have one set, make sure the "On resume, display logon screen" box is not selected. Also, go to control panel, power options, change plan settings and change when you want your display to turn off.

Hope that helps.
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