To disable or change the sign-in PIN or password, you must be an account holder and verify your current Windows login PIN or password. If you have these login credentials, follow the steps for the version of Windows PC you are using.
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In this article, you are going to learn how to disable or change a sign-in PIN or Password in Windows 11, 10, 8.1, and 7.
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What is required to Remove or Change a Sign-in PIN in Windows 11/10?
To remove or change a sign-in PIN or password, you must be an account holder and verify your current Windows login PIN or password.
What’s the process to change my PIN from the lock screen?
Click “Sign-in options” on the lock screen, then click “Change” under PIN.
What’s the difference between a local account password and a Microsoft account password?
A local account is tied to your specific device, while a Microsoft account password affects multiple services.
What if I forget my PIN or password?
You can usually reset your password using security questions, a recovery email, or a password reset disk.
How do I remove my password for sign-in in Windows 11/10?
Open Settings > Accounts > Sign-in Options, then click “Change” under Password, and select “I don’t want a password.”
How can I change my sign-in PIN in Windows 11/10?
Go to Settings > Accounts > Sign-in Options, then click “Change” under PIN.
Is it possible to change the sign-in method for all user accounts?
Each user can set their own sign-in method; changes are not universal.