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    hi i got xp home and i got a question about the welcome screen. is there a way to disable it and the computer will go on my 1 and only account automaticlly instead of having to wait for the welcome screen to come up? also is there a way to disable the switch users option? thnks.

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    control panel>user accounts>change the way users log on or off
    then uncheck the welcome screen
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    Originally posted by 3rd gen noob@24 December 2003 - 22:24
    control panel>user accounts>change the way users log on or off
    then uncheck the welcome screen
    i did that and then rebooted but a box come up asking me to type in user name and click ok. i dont want 2 type in me user name cuase i only got 1&#33; i just wana press the power button andi want it to log on my account automaticly with me click or typing anything. this is possible rite? how do u do it? thnks.

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    Have you removed the password for this account? You have to remove the password.
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    you can use TweakUI for XP to do that.
    download it from Microsoft&#39;s site.

    then in TweakUI, expand the "Login" thingy, then check the Autologon box and enter the username.

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    Originally posted by Sparsely@25 December 2003 - 05:48
    you can use TweakUI for XP to do that.
    download it from Microsoft&#39;s site.

    then in TweakUI, expand the "Login" thingy, then check the Autologon box and enter the username.
    thanks.

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