Make Windows To Load the Desktop

Whenever we would like to log in, we want the Windows to load the desktop before we log in. This will be more useful for those who have protected their windows account password. When the login window appears, the users have to enter the password and then the welcome screen and the desktop appears. Now the Operating System runs.

You can begin loading your desktop without enabling the auto-login feature when the login screen appears. But how this is could be achieved? Technically, this trick enables the auto-login feature and locks your computer soon after it starts up.

Here are a few steps to be followed to achieve this.

Step 1: Create a new text document named LockWorkStation.vbs.Copy and paste the following text in the body of the file.

Step 2: Copy and paste the following text in the body of the file.

“WScript.CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”).Run(“rundll32 user32.dll,LockWorkStation”)”

Step 3: Now go to Start, under that tap on “All programs” followed by “Accessories” and in that click on “Run”. This will let you open the run command window. Or you can even click “Windows + R” for the Run command to open directly.

Step 4: Type “control.exe userpasswords2” in the run command windows and click Enter.

Step 5: Uncheck the box that says “Users must enter a username and password to use this computer”.

Step 6: Click on the “Advanced” tab on the top of the window. In that click on “Advanced” button.

Step 7: Click on the Users folder in the window that will pop-up. Then right-click on the user on which you want to apply this hack. Click on Properties and then go to the Profile tab (on the top of the window) and type “LockWorkStation.vbs” in the Logon script box.

Step 8: Go to the folder where you wish to keep the script in and drag the script (text file) into it. Right-click on that folder and go to properties. In the window that appears, go to the sharing tab on the top and click on “Advanced sharing”.

Step 9: Check “Share this folder” box and type “NetLogon” in the “Share name” box.

Step 10: Set the number of simultaneous users to 1 and tap on “Permissions”. This ensures that you are the only user listed and enable read access only for you.

Step 11: Finally, click on “OK” and save the settings.

Now, these settings will allow the Windows to load the desktop automatically while logging in again after a while. When you step away from your computer for some time, you can see everything will be loaded and ready when you log in again.

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