Windows 10 offers several options for connecting to your PC, ranging from the simple PIN code method to the more complex Windows Hello Face unlocking. But sometimes you can face a situation where the The Windows 10 login screen does not appear at all. If you face this problem, something here will definitely help you solve the problem.
The Windows 10 login screen does not show up
There are two scenarios here:
- The login screen does not show up at all
- The login screen appears – but no User Name / Password dialog box is displayed
If the Windows 10 login screen does not appear on your Windows 10 PC, you may need to do some of the following:
- Perform System Restore
- Try the combination Ctrl + Alt + Del
- Users must enter a username and password to use this computer.
- Disable Quick Start
- Troubleshoot in a clean boot state
- Create a new user account
- Run Fresh Start
- Run the startup repair.
Let's review these suggestions. You can then decide which one or more of them can apply in your case and work for you.
NOTE: If you manage to reach your office, you can follow these suggestions normally; otherwise, you may need to enter clean boot state, boot into safe mode, or into advanced boot options.
1) Perform System Restore
If the problem has started recently, perhaps after Windows Update, run System Retore to restore your computer at a convenient time. Then delay the updates or block the update if you are able to find the offender.
2) Try the combination Ctrl + Alt + Del
Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete to see if you can bring up the identification information box.
3) Users must enter a username and password to use this computer.
Open the Run dialog box, type the following, and press Enter to bring up the User Accounts window.
shoot Users must enter a username and password to use this computer. and click Apply> OK.
This opens a window where you may be prompted to enter the password for your account. If the account is a local account and has no password, leave it blank.
See if that helps. If this box is already checked, uncheck it and see how to disable the Windows login screen and connect automatically.
4) Disable Quick Start
The quick start may interfere, so you may want to disable quick start and see. If that does not help, do not forget to reverse the changes you made.
5) Troubleshooting in a clean boot state
Maybe there is a third party process. Troubleshoot the clean boot state and see if you can identify the offender,
6) Create a new user account
If the methods above do not achieve the desired results, the account you are trying to connect to may have been corrupted. So, create a new user account and see, then transfer your data here.
6) Run the boot repair
Running the boot repair is known to help some. Run it and see.
7) Run Fresh Start
You may want to run Fresh Start to make your Windows 10 installation the best possible.
I hope it helps!