Windows 10 Tricks: How To Start Your System Without Password + Add Different Time Zones
We know about Cortana, Continuum, Windows Store, Microsoft Edge and all of these cool Windows 10 applications that Microsoft has been promoting. Other than these features, there are many more things you can do on your Windows 10 device which you may not know of. For example, add clocks with different time zones.Advertisement
The most annoying thing about Windows 10 is the Microsoft account password that you need to enter while starting your device. It is one of the best features if too many people handle your laptop. But if that is not the case, here is how to disable password login
Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then tap Search.
(If you’re using a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up, and then click Search.)
Enter sign, and then tap or click Change sign-in options.Like us on Facebook
Choose the sign-in option you’d like to use, and then follow the instructions.
The steps given above are picked from Microsoft’s Windows site itself. Following the exact procedure will let you access your system without having to enter a password. This is also helpful for users who have just downloaded Windows 10 and do not wish to sign up for a Microsoft account.
Windows 10 tricks: Adding clocks with different time zones
Microsoft has made making changes to the system for ease of use. To add multiple clocks with different time zones, go to Settings from the Startup menu or click on the date and time you see on the taskbar. If yor are on the calendar, select “Date and Time Settings.” If you are using the Startup Menu, go to settings and then select “Time and Language.” A new page will appear. Scroll down. You will see “Add clocks for different time zones” at the bottom of your screen. Select the option. This page will appear
As you can see above, you just have to select different time zones from the drop down and tick “Show this clock.” That’s it. You are done!