Windows 7/Passwords


I am the administrator of a Windows 7 32 Bit system and have set up a password for my files. However, I now find that I am no longer in need of a password and can't find a way of getting rid of it. Changing the password is a snap, but eliminating it ???. Can you help?

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Easiest way to remove a Windows password is to do the following.

1. Click the Start button > Then select "Control Panel".  

2. Find "User Accounts"

3. Make sure the account you want to remove the password of is selected.

4. Select "Remove Your Password"

5. It will prompt you to enter your password one last time to confirm.

6. Click "Remove Password" and you're done!

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