Windows 10: Removing login screen delay time

  1.    09 Aug 2016 #1

    Removing login screen delay time


    Hello guys! I know the Anniversary Update is still very new, but has anyone found a reg edit that takes away the delay time when you press enter on the login screen? Better yet, any way to skip having to press enter and get prompted for credentials immediately? Thanks!
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  2.    09 Aug 2016 #2

    MKul7r4 said: View Post
    Hello guys! I know the Anniversary Update is still very new, but has anyone found a reg edit that takes away the delay time when you press enter on the login screen? Better yet, any way to skip having to press enter and get prompted for credentials immediately? Thanks!
    You could use the auto login method......if your the only user on your PC.
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