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Windows 7: How to seriously edit Windows 7 logon screen?

21 Sep 2013   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 32Bit
How to seriously edit Windows 7 logon screen?


Straight to the point, I want to edit my login screen so that there is no username, no user image, no password box etc. but an image. As far as I researched, I know that username, user image etc can be hidden, but I'm curious about the password box. What I want is to enter my password like how you enter cheats in older GTA games, and what I've read in internet so far made me think that if I change password box's coordinates to somewhere out of the screen, since the password box automatically gets focused, I should be able to blindly enter my password.

So, how? Thank you guys for your help in advance.

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21 Sep 2013   #2
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