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Configure Windows XP to Automatically Log On a User Account
The information in this article applies to: Microsoft Windows XP Professional Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Make the Welcome Screen Available
Turn Off Guest Account Access
Remove the Password from a User Account
This article describes how to automatically log on a user account during the Windows startup process.
The Welcome screen must be available
Guest account access must be turned off
There must be only one user account on the computer
The user account must not have a password
Make the Welcome Screen Available
To make the Welcome screen available:
Click Start, click Control Panel, and then double click User Accounts .
Click Change the way users log on or off .
Click to select the Use the Welcome screen for fast and easy logon check box.
Click OK .
Microsoft ships each copy of Windows with "default" settings that are designed to be "good enough" for most people. The default settings are a kind of lowest common denominator, ensuring that the operating system will work okay for the mythical "average user."
But, if you're reading this, chances are you're not an average user. You probably know that you can unlock much more of your system's potential by changing Windows' default settings to suit your own particular working style and circumstances.

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