Windows 10: hide "other user" text from login page
hide "other user" text from login page
I enabled the security policy to not display last logged on user, but now it says OTHER USER, and I don't like how it looks. I would like to just hide that text completely, while keeping that policy enabled. Has anyone found a way to do this? Thank you!
Last edited by a1manarme; 03 Jun 2016 at 11:21.
I'm looking for a solution to this too.
Instead of displaying "Other User" I'd like to replace it with "Authorized Users Only" or something to that effect. I don't want a pop up with a long-winded message, just "Authorized Users Only" in place of "Other User".
Surely there must be a way to do this?
(BTW, I already tried changing it in the local security policy editor, and while there is a placer there for displaying a custom logon title, it doesn't seem to have any effect on the login screen.)
Just installed Win 10 pro on a new SSD, so a clean install. Started installing all my programs etc. Everything seems to be running well, except on thing that is annoying...
I have placed a few icons on the desktop via right clicking...
Laptops on Windows 10 Pro seems to show this useless "Other User" option which is defaulted. This requires people to click "Local or domain account password" in the lower left in order to be presented with fields for their username and password. ...
Howdy All -
I'm thinking I'm not the first nor the last to have MS trick me into changing my User Name from Local to (in my case) an outlook.com email account. Now I'm forced to sign in every time I log on. And FWIW, I prefer to be fully in charge...
I remember the feature on Windows 7 where you could choose "Hide icon and notifications" which would, well, hide both the icons and notifications.
I know you can easily hide the icon for non-Modern/Metro programs by just dragging it...
What is this? How can I remove it from login screen?