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Crustyone

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I'm so happy. Ever since I started using W-10, I have had to deal with these stupid, but usually pretty or interesting, pictures and click on "OWNER" to get to my desktop. Then I had a problem getting on the internet and stupidly joined Microsoft (Something) which said that would end my problem. A couple of days later either it did fix it, or it was fixed on it's own, but in joining this Microsoft thing I set up a login password and no one seemed to have a fix for it. Some said to use Netplw2, or something like that, and although I saw that it worked for some people it didn't for me. I noodled around and found a nice fix that got rid of the pictures and the place to enter a password. It felt so good to have it work like Windows 7 used to, I thought I would let everyone know how to do it.

Left click: START, type in: password, click on: SETTINGS(there is a little arrow pointing to the right on mine), click on: Sign in options(at top of page), click on the arrow in the box and instead of: When PC wakes up from sleep, select: Never
Done.

I love it.
 

G00WZ

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May 16, 2014
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I don't like windows 10.. it force installed itself on one of my computers lol, I had to put classic shell on it, so it would look and feel more like windows 7.
 

Crustyone

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Mar 15, 2015
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I know a little about computers, but i am not a geek. I am not sure I could even install a shell, but I am OK with it the way it is now. Fortunately I had "Control Panel" and "This Computer" on my W-7 desktop when I switched and they were there when I went into W-10, so it is easy for me to get to them for adjustments.

Thanks to you and blue-ladybug for the likes.