How to Sign-in Automatically to a User Account in Windows 10 Version 2004 '20H1'
Starting in Windows 10 version 2004, also known under its code name '20H1', Microsoft has changed the default behavior of the user autologin feature. Now, if you have any of the Windows Hello secure options enabled, you won't be able to sign-in automatically into your user account. Here's what you have to do.
Updated on November 29, 2019: Following our readers' suggestions, I have figured out that this is not a removal of the feature but the new behavior of the OS. The instructions are now updated.
Do you use autologin for your local or Microsoft account in Windows 10? Well, here is a bit of
bad news. Microsoft has removed this useful feature from the GUI starting in build 19033, which represents the '20H1' branch, known as Windows 10 version 2004.
You can sign-in in Windows 10 using your user account automatically. After that, you won't have to type your password or pick a user from the login screen. Instead, you will see your Desktop directly. There are two methods to configure this feature.