Here’s a quick tutorial on how to setup your Windows 10 computer so you won’t have to type a password everytime you want to login.
When you’re done setting it up, all you have to do is turn on the machine and it will automatically log you in to the desktop without requesting passwords.
This is great for homes with children who can’t remember to type a password to login to Windows.
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If you have added local accounts in previous version of Windows, doing it in Windows 10 might be a bit confusing.
Confusing because Microsoft wants users to sign up with their Microsoft online accounts so they can hook up into other Microsoft online services such Windows store and OneDrive.
So, when setting up additional system accounts, you’ll have to go through unnecessary steps just to get a simple local account created.
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Let’s be honest, computers are not going anywhere anytime soon. And some of us will need to learn how to do basic tasks with our computers.
From changing our computer names to creating users accounts, these are some tasks we may want to learn on our own.
Some of these basic tasks we’ve covered before, but haven’t talked much our Windows 10. From now on, we’ll begin writing more tutorials based on Windows.
This brief tutorial is going to show you how to change Windows 7, 8 and 10 computer name.
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We’re done setting up our new virtual environment using VMware 12 Pro. We got our hands on a HP Z220 desktop machine with 16GB RAM and 1TB of storage.
It’s a great machine to use as a VMware host machine. We’re going to use it to host all our guest machines. Right now, we have a Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Ubuntu 15.10, OpenSUSE and CentOS guest machines.
We will use these guest machines as lab environments to test and write simple tutorials for our audience.
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VMware Workstation 12 Pro has recently been released. It appears VMware’s parent company is releasing newer versions every 6 months, even before you finished installing and testing the previous versions.
These rapid releases could cost you lost of money to upgrade to the latest versions of the software. Some users are not very happy with how quickly newer versions get released and the cost to upgrade.
It wasn’t very long when we showed you how to install VMware workstation on Windows 8.1 here. Now version 12 Pro has recently been released.
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