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Here's how to start your Mac without signing in
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quick start Guide

Don't want to have to sign in every time you start up your Mac? Then follow our instructions..

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You can activate automatic login on your Mac so that you don't have to log in with your password every time you restart. In our step-by-step instructions, we explain how to activate the automatic login:

Here's how to start your Mac without signing in

Follow our step-by-step instructions or take a look at the brief instructions .

1st step:

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Click on the apple symbol in the top left and then go to " System Preferences ... " in the menu .

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In the system settings click on " Users & Groups ".

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Now you have to first remove the protection by clicking on the lock in the lower left corner.

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Then enter your login password and confirm with " Remove protection ".

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Then go to " Login Options " on the left .

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Open the menu next to " Automatic login " and select your user name there.

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Now you have to enter your password again for confirmation . You will then be automatically logged in with your username when you start your Mac.

quick start Guide

  1. Open the system settings via the apple symbol in the top left.
  2. Select " Users & Groups " in the system settings at the bottom left by clicking on it.
  3. In order to be able to make changes there, you must first identify yourself. To do this, click on the lock at the bottom left and enter your login password . Then confirm with " Unprotect ".
  4. Then go to " Login Options " on the left .
  5. In addition to "Automatic login", open a selection menu by clicking on " Deactivated ".
  6. Now select your user name there. Then you have to enter your password again and confirm with "OK". You will then be automatically logged in with your username when your Mac starts up without having to log in again.

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