No, I'm on Build 1903 and waiting for Windows to automatically update to the next build. Apparently Windows updated overnight and it now asks me to create a pin, requiring that I go through about three screens until I can exit the process without creating the pin. This happens every time I "wake up" the computer.I think you're on the latest version of W10, Mike?
the option in Settings/Accounts/Sign-in options to not sign in
Apparently Microsoft doesn't understand the term, never. I chose that option and Windows is still asking me to create a PIN when I reboot. I reboot only once or twice a week, so I can live with going through their three screens and not creating the PIN. Prior to changing the setting, I was having to do it every time I woke up the computer, which is many times every day.You should be able to go to SETTINGS (the gear symbol), then to ACCOUNTS, then to SIGN-IN OPTIONS, and then REQUIRE SIGN-IN. There you have the option of NEVER or WAKEUP
I've always used the command "netplwiz" to get to that dialog box, but I guess it's just a different road to the same destination...Automatic login
- Run the command: control userpasswords2
- Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer: Untick
- Enter the account and password to login with
Right, that's what meant above in my 'why not make one?' comment. My sys is like yours, I never have to log in.I was mistaken. I just checked my records and I did create a PIN for my Microsoft account. You should just go ahead and do it. I have never had to use it. Keep a record of what you have set it to.
If you do what I described you won't have to login or use the PIN.