How to sign in to Windows 10 without a password

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If your on Windows 10 Build 18936 or later, you can take advantage of the new passwordless sign-in for Microsoft accounts on your Windows 10 device.

The tech giant has been working on removing passwords from Windows 10 for some time now.

The current lineup of authentication methods includes Windows Hello Face, Windows Hello Fingerprint, Windows Hello PIN, Security key, Password, and Picture Password.

If you opt in to the new paswordless login, the password option will disappear from you Login screen.

Having too many passwords to keep track of? Check out this list with the best password managers for Window 10.

How do I log in to Windows 10 without a password?

You can enable passwordless sign-in for your Windows 10 device for improved security and a better experience. To enable passwordless authentication, follow the steps:

  1. In your Windows search box type settings and click on the first result. You can also do it by clicking on the Start button and then on Settings. log in to windows 10 without password
  2.  In the Settings app, click on Accounts.
  3. In the left panel, click on Sign-in options. Now you’ll see the multiple authentication methods.
  4. In the right section, under Make your device passwordless, turn the feature ON. sign in to Windows 10 without a password
  5. If you don’t have Windows Hello set up yet, at the next sign-in you’ll see the setup experience.

That’s it. Now you can log in to your Microsoft accounts or Windows 10 device without the need of a password.

If you’ve lost your Windows 10 password, use one of the recovery tools from this article to get it back in no time.

What are the benefits of passwordless authentication?

If you’re wondering why you would want to use passwordless authentication, it’s because it offers more security and seamless sign-in experience.

Passwords are often reused on multiple accounts, which make them susceptible to hacking. A PIN code, for example, is much more secure because is stored on your device and not shared online.

Windows 10 stores your PIN on a secure local chip called Trusted Platform Module (TPM). In case of server or online issues, your private key won’t be affected.

So, any of the other Windows Hello sign-in options are more secure than a password.

If you’re interested in how you can skip the login screen on Windows 10, check out this dedicated guide and learn how to do it yourself.

If you have any other suggestions or questions, feel free to reach for the comments section below.



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