How To Remove Windows Login Password – Disable/Manage Netplwiz

What is Netplwiz?

Netplwiz.exe it’s a useful tool for managing user accounts stored in Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10.


Secure Logon is a common feature of business computers in a domain network. It provides authentic login prompt which protects the system from programs that imitate the logon screen to retrieve or copy the password information.

When you surf the web and check your e-mail, Internet Explorer will ask you to save your password. If you will use this feature, Windows will store your logon credentials for servers, websites, and programs. When you open one of those websites or programs, Windows will try to log you on automatically.

This is very useful if you always forgot the passwords in different email accounts and websites. Just don’t forget to Backup for restoring them later when needed.


There are some utilities that can decrypt your stored passwords.

How to manage or edit your passwords

To edit your passwords in Windows Vista and above

Press Windows Key+R, type

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and Press Enter

In Windows XP

Press Windows Key+R, type

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and Press Enter

You can edit or remove your passwords

How to Remove Login Password in Windows 10

Go to the Users tab and uncheck the box: Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer.

Fill your account password and hit OK.

Windows should now no longer require a password to login your user account.