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No, Microsoft is not removing AutoLogin from Windows 10 version 2004

betanews Thursday, 28 November 2019
Windows Insiders who upgraded devices running Insider Builds of the Windows 10 operating system to the latest build, Windows 10 build 19033, may have noticed that the option to sign-in automatically is no longer available. Automatic Login is quite useful in certain circumstances; I use the feature on all of my devices to sign in quicker. The devices are fully encrypted and the master password needs to be entered during boot before Windows is even loaded. The feature is also useful in Enterprise environments if user accounts are used on devices that are not linked to a specific employee. Sergey… [Continue Reading]
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