Every time you log in to Windows 11, the operating system, by default, shows the login screen through which you can choose the user account with which to authenticate and access the desktop. Windows 11 urges users to use Microsoft accounts to log into the system. Microsoft user accounts, in fact, can be used to store the license data in use and automatically activate Windows 11 even in the event of a hardware change, including the motherboard.
A Microsoft account corresponds to an email address with its password that must be entered every time the user turns on the PC and logs in to Windows 11. In case you are using a Microsoft account to log in to Windows 11, by typing Login options in the search box of the Start button you can set the insertion of a numeric Hello PIN.
To prevent Windows 11 from prompting you to enter your user password every time you boot or after restoring your system from a hibernate or sleep state, you need to follow a few simple steps.
Steps to remove login password in Windows 11
Step 1: Press the key combination Windows + R then type netplwiz or control userpasswords2
Step 2: Now to avoid having to enter the password, simply click on the name of the account with which you want to authenticate automatically (make sure you are using an account with administrator rights) then remove the checkmark from “User must enter name and password to use this computer ” box.
Step 3: Click on the Apply button, and type again the password associated with the selected user account, indicating the same in both proposed fields.
Step 4: Click the OK button and your Windows 11 password will be removed successfully (your PC will continue to have a password, but it will log in automatically on every start)
Note: If the procedure does not work and you are using a Microsoft account (not a local account), in the Username field of the next Automatic login screen, you can try to enter the email ID associated with the account.