Windows 10 is the best operating system globally. It is downloaded and explored by billions. Due to this much users world wide, the chance of hacking and security problem are there. So, its much important to have each and every security check ups and privacy authentication.

Windows 10 has climbed up with bulk pack of security options. Besides, windows password login, there are numerous other ways for windows 10 login. Secure sign in is an addition component on the windows 10 login. It helps you to prevent other to access your p.c. usually, when we talk about security, you have to be patient. It takes time to evaluate all the credianails. This is much necessary if you are travelling and using laptop.

Top 6 Ways To Enable or Disable Secure Sign-in For Windows 10

There are numerous ways to sign in to windows security securely, in this article we are going to discuss about this;

Enable or Disable Using the Netplwiz Command

  • Click the Run command by pressing the “Windows” and “R” keys simultaneously, type ‘netplwiz’ in the text box and press OK.
  • The User Accounts panel will be seen in screen. Tap the “Advanced” tab (if it’s not previewed by default).
  • Find the “Require Users to Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete” option listed below “Secure Sign-In”. Check to enable or uncheck to disable. Click the “Apply” button and “OK” button to finish.

Enable or Disable Using the Local Security Policy

Its some other method which is much more hard, Use this method if you want to focus on the scenic route but bypass the Windows registry.

  • Run command by tapping the “Windows” and “R” keys simultaneously (Windows+R), type ‘secpol.msc’ and press OK.
  • In the Local Policy Window, expand “Local Policies” listed on the left and tap the “Security Options” subfolder below it.
  • Next, scroll down on the right and double-click the “Interactive Logon: Do Not Require CTRL+ALT+DEL” entry.
  • The panel crops ups on the screen with the “Local Security Setting” tab displayed by the default. Enable or disable it, then apply it and press OK.

Enable or Disable Using the Registry

If you want some hard version to sign up, we can use this method. Its more complicated way to do this, and only recommend to experts only, because anything wrong can make the entire system freezed.

  • Just Run command by pressing the “Windows” and “R” keys simultaneously (Windows+R), type ‘regedit’ and press OK.
  • In the below Registry Editor, expand the following folders in this sequence:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Microsoft > Windows NT > CurrentVersion
  • In the Current Version folder, select the “Winlogon” entry to show the settings in the panel on the right. Double-click the “DisableCad” entry to edit its values.
  • In the “Edit DWORD (32-bit) Value” the pop-up box, change the Value Data with one of these values: Enable = 0 Disable = 1
  • Click the “OK” button to finish. Restart the PC to save the settings.

Still it’s a difficult way to enable the sign-up. Thus only who are much expert should do this steps.

Now go to Accounts in the Windows 10 Settings window. Then click the Sign-in options in the left side panel.

Windows Hello Login

This is a new technique provide by Microsoft. In this the signing up is done using the biometric recognisation. This need some hardware’s to work like fingerprint sensor. Facial recognisation, camera etc.

Windows Password Login

The second Sign in option is the good old way of typing in a password to access your system. You can also give hint for the password.

Windows PIN Login

It like using PIN in our mobile phone. Its comparatively easy way. PIN login is comparatively easy to remember and use in comparison to passwords.

Bottom Line –

This all are the best way which you have available on your Windows 10 Operating system to secure the PC when login. We dont praise direct loading without any of above password. Based on our personal experience, for the reconcilation of mind, you can easily set 2-fact auth for our laptop and PIN or Password for desktop users at home.