The login prompt displayed when Windows starts up can be a real pain. If you're like most people, you don't sit in front of your computer waiting for Windows to open because that's a waste of time. So, you turn on your computer and go do something useful (like get coffee), thinking that by the time you return Windows will be ready and waiting for you. But, instead of being ready to go upon your return, Windows is asking you to login with a user account and/or password.
So, you end up being forced to wait anyway after logging in while Windows finishes loading. Once again, you go off to do something else until Windows finishes the rest of its Startup routine. Wouldn't it make more sense if it was called Windows "Stop-n-Go" instead of Windows "Startup"? We finally got sick of this irritating behavior, and created a utility that enables you to configure Windows to login to a user account automatically upon startup. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
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This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.