Windows 10: Login screen - can I have the text entry box immediately ready?
Login screen - can I have the text entry box immediately ready?
At the Windows 10 log in screen, you normally have to press any key in order to trigger the text entry box to be presented. I'd like to have the text entry box presented immediately so this extra keypress is not needed. I like that MS did away with the Enter/Return keypress but it's a shame they added this one.
Winaero's tweaker (free), easy to find, gives an option to disable the lock screen. Note the lock screen presented from a cold boot differs from those presented in other contexts.
The boot up lock screen cannot be removed using Windows options and has been deliberately engineered by MS to annoy everyone.
I'm facing this problem with a second account (simple user without password) that i have in my computer.
When i press the Login button, the Desktop screen it's appear for 2-3 seconds and it get me back to the Login Screen without...
My PC has developed an annoying issue over the last week. When I boot the PC I get the normal desktop screen with the date and time correctly shown. If I then hit a key to move to the PIN entry screen, the time and date are removed but...
Usually W10 works fine, get to password entry screen> enter password & Bingo, my desktop.
After the latest quite large update (May not be connected) entering my PW has become erratic.:
I can type it in but nothing shows in the box.
I can type it...
For instance, if I highlight a word in a text-entry field, it's a very bright blue. This is also true in Firefox, Thunderbird, Word, OneNote, various fora, etc. but not in Excel.
Prior to installing Windows 10, the highlight in a text-entry...
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