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lost of saved passwords
After installing the latest major windows 10 update . When powering down the computer all saved passwords disappear and have to be reentered. Very inconvenient, how do you fix this.
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How do I delete obsolete passwords
I have some old obsolete email addresses and I want to delete them. Try as I might I cant find any way to do it. So, how do I delete old email addresses?
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Sign in to Windows without a password? Yes, you can!
Passwords keep our computers, apps and work safe and private. Windows does allow some relief from password overload by offering several sign-in options that don't require entering a password.
LOG IN WITHOUT PASSWORD
I want to log in without password but each and every time ask to a password also using "netplwiz" and '"userpassword2" but it method doesn't work on it and when start a pc than show a left side two account " first administrative " and other local . otherwise iam want to delete a local another account . but doesnot show "accounts" in window setting SO WHAT I DO for removing a password
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When you update, why do you change all my settings?
Every time I get an update to Windows, I have to reset all my options, you have forced me to use only your products, and that is NOT my choice. I have had to spend hours re-entering all my settings and my passwords (I have over 300 different passwords), and when I do an update, I have to re-enter everyone. It seems you could either get the updates tested before you release them, or at least give us a choice if we want to update (and after spending hours re-setting my settings and passwords, I think you know I would choose not to update!!) I not only have to do this to my comupter, but my husbands also.
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Manage Profile Settings is highlighted in the black box You will need to click onto the link, which will open a new tab for settings. From the list of options, you can select what setting you wish to view. Passwords is highlighted with the black box. when you select passwords, you will be able to view all of the passwords saved to that profile.
To manage stored user names and passwords, follow these steps: Log on to the computer as the user whose account you want to change. Click Start, and then click Control Panel. In Control Panel, click User Accounts under Pick a category to open the User Accounts dialog box.
Type inetcpl.cpl, and then click OK. Go to the Content tab. Under AutoComplete, click on Settings. Click on Manage Passwords.
The settings and permissions could be managed or restricted by your organization. If the button is not available for Manage Passwords or the AutoComplete Settings button, let's try to directly access the Stored User Names and Passwords from Control panel. Follow the steps below: Go to Control Panel > User Accounts > Credential Manager.