How to Remove Password from a User Account on Windows 11?

Are you a single user of your Windows 11 PC? Do you want to remove the password of the Windows 11 PC? If both questions answer is yes, then this is the right post for you. In such a situation where you are the single user of your computer, and no one can access this physically, you can consider removing the password. You can also consider removing the password from a virtual Windows 11 if you are using it. Since to access the guest machine, one has first to gain access to the host computer, so you can keep secure your host machine user account and leave the guest machine user account password blank to quickly sing-in.

It is possible to remove the password of a local user account that you create manually. However, till now, there is no way to remove the cloud user account password. Yes, you can do one thing, remove the cloud account from your computer and use only a local account.

There are several ways to remove a local user account password, but we will only guide you with simple methods.

How to Remove Password with User Accounts Panel?

Perhaps, this is the easiest way to disable or remove the user account login password on Windows 11. To do that, you need to perform the following steps:-

Step 1. Open the Run dialog box by pressing Windows + R keys simultaneously from the keyboard.

Step 2. In the Run dialog box, type the following and hit Enter from the keyboard to open the User Account panel:-

control useraccounts2



Step 3. In the User Accounts window, click on the user account you want to remove the password. Then click the button labeled with Reset Password.

Step 4. A new pop-up window will open. On the Reset Password window, click on the OK button and leave the password field blank.

That’s it. Now, the selected user account password is removed. When you sign in with this account, Windows 11 will not prompt you for any password.

Also Read:

How to Sign in to Windows 11 Automatically without a Password?

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