How to Log Into Windows With No Password
When Windows starts you generally get a log-in screen that asks for a password...
This is a safety feature that helps keep users who should not be using your computer or your account on the computer if multiple people use the computer. In situations where multiple people use a computer or the computer is in a public place it's a good thing to not mess with this system. Many people, however, have computers where it would be rare for someone unauthorized to access the computer. In these cases it would be handy to be able to just turn the computer on and not have to enter a password as Windows starts up. There are two ways to make this happen: the good way and the bad way.
If you do this then portions of Windows will either stop working or give you results you did not expect. A user account with no password is considered by Windows to be insecure and Windows sets itself accordingly with limits on many things allowed by that user. Does not matter if the user is designated as an Administrator or not.
There are other things you can do at the Advanced User Accounts Control Panel. May get into those later. For now, experiment at your own risk.