When logging in or installing new software Windows 10 asks for your password (if you have one), but if you want to save some time or are annoyed with all the popups you can always remove a password from your Windows 10 local user account.
This will not work if your are logged in with a Microsoft account as this is completely different.
Beware that removing your password makes the risk of your computer getting accessed by unauthorized people greater.
This means they will have full control over your computer and can do anything they want.
This article is a follow up on how to add a password in Windows 10.
This tutorial will show you how to remove a password from your local user account.
A video tutorial is available at the bottom of the post.
Move your mouse to the Windows 10 icon and right-click.
Then click on ‘Settings’.
Click on ‘Accounts’.
Go to the tab ‘Sign-in options’ and click on ‘Change’.
Enter your current password and then click on ‘Next’.
Leave all the input fields blank and then click on ‘Next’.
Finally click on ‘Finish’.
You have now removed your password from your local user account.