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How to Change Sign-in Options on Windows 10

Regularly changing sign-in options (i.e. PIN, user password and picture password) makes sense in terms of password protection and data safety. In consequence, this article illustrates how to change sign-in options on Windows 10 computer in detail.

Part 1: Change user password on Windows 10

Step 1: Enter PC settings.

Step 2: Select Users and accounts.

Step 3: Open Sign-in options and tap the Change button under Password.

Step 4: Enter current user password and tap Next.

Step 5: Type a new password, re-type it, input password hint and click Next.

Step 6: Choose Finish to complete changing user password.

Tip: You can also change your user password in the Control Panel, following the process below.

Control Panel/User Accounts and Family Safety/User Accounts/Manage another account/Select a user/Change the Password

Part 2: Chang picture password on Windows 10

Step 1: Access PC settings and open Users and accounts.

Step 2: Select Sign-in options and click the Change button under Picture password.

Step 3: Type user password and tap OK to confirm your account info.

Step 4: Select Use this picture to continue.

Step 5: Draw three new gestures (e.g. circles, straight lines and taps) on the picture.

Step 6: Redraw the three gestures on the picture.

Step 7: Tap Finish to exit.

Part 3: Chang PIN on Windows 10

Step 1: Open PC settings and enter Users and accounts.

Step 2: Choose Sign-in options and tap the Change button under PIN.

Step 3: Input user password and click OK to go on.

Step 4: Enter a new PIN containing 4 digits, reenter it and select Finish.

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