Are you the only one who uses your Windows 11 computer? Do you want to get rid of the Windows 11 PC’s password? If you answered yes to both questions, this is the post for you. If you are the sole user of your computer and no one else has physical access to it, you may want to consider removing the password. If you’re using a virtual Windows 11, you might want to consider removing the password. Because gaining access to the guest machine requires first gaining access to the host computer, you can keep your host machine user account password secure while leaving the guest machine user account password blank to sign in quickly.
A password for a local user account that you manually create can be removed. However, there is currently no way to remove the password for the cloud user account. Yes, you can remove your cloud account from your computer and only use a local account.
There are several methods for removing a local user account password, but we will only cover the most basic ones.
How to Remove Password with User Accounts Panel?
Perhaps the simplest way to disable or remove the user account login password on Windows 11 is to do so this way. To accomplish this, take the following steps: –
- Press the Windows + R keys on the keyboard at the same time to bring up the Run dialog box.
- To open the User Account panel, type the following in the Run dialog box and hit Enter on the keyboard:
- In the User Accounts window, select the user account for which the password should be removed. Then select Reset Password from the drop-down menu.
- A new pop-up window will appear on the screen. Click the OK button in the Reset Password window and leave the password field blank.
That is all there is to it. The password for the selected user account has now been removed. Windows 11 will not ask you for a password when you sign in with this account.