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Guide To Enable or Disable Secure Login in Windows 10

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In this quick tutorial, we’ll show you how to how to enable or disable Secure Login in Windows 10.

What is Secure Login?

Windows 10 always considers the security on the top. In every update, it contains something new for security. Secure Login is one of the features of Windows 10. If the Secure Login feature is enabled, then you will unable to see login screen until you press Ctrl+Alt+Delete on the lock screen.


There are many reasons for this. For example, some viruses or malware will show you a login screen when you start up your computer to steal your computer credentials. When you are using Secure Login, you know for sure that you are using a legitimate login screen when you have to press Ctrl+Alt+Delete.

As technology improves, we expect that additional security features will become available, such as facial recognition, thumbprint scans, etc will become a standard features for computers (and not just smartphones).


But you might not want to use Secure Login because it does slow you down.

In this tutorial we will guide you how to enable secure login in windows 10 through simple methods. Just follow this guide.


Methods To Enable or Disable Secure Login in Windows 10:

Step 1: Simply press Windows+R buttons and then type netplwiz and press enter to open User accounts.

Step 2: When the User account window pop-ups, then click on “Advanced tab” and check the option “Require users to press Ctrl+Alt+Delete” located under secure sign-in category.

Step 3: Click on “Apply” and then press “OK” to finish.

Step 4: If you want to disable it, then simply uncheck the option “Require users to press Ctrl+Alt+Delete”.

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