Written by Allen Wyatt (last updated July 13, 2015)
A lot of people use passwords to log into their Windows 7 systems. They are a great idea because they help to protect your system from use by others. Even so, you may want to get rid of a password that is associated with your account. You can remove the password by following these steps:
Figure 1. The Change an Account screen.
It is not a good idea to get rid of your password if your computer system is used by others or if it is generally accessible by others. If your computer is used only by you, then getting rid of the password can save a little time each day, at the expense of a bit of security.
This tip (10713) applies to Windows 7.
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