Re: Need For Passwords in Vista
I guess this is something that we must not agree on. A password is fine if a
person wants to have it but I do not feel that it should be forced upon
My friend uses her computer only to connect to AOL to read her email. Is
someone breaks into her house and all they do is read her mail, she will be
one lucky person.
"Ronnie Vernon MVP" wrote:
> A password is never useless and it usually only takes a few seconds to type
> it in the box.
> If someone breaks into her home, and sits down at her computer, they would
> have unrestricted access to all of her private information.
> Ronnie Vernon
> Microsoft MVP
> Windows Shell/User
> "WBlackman" <WBlackman@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > In one of the FAQ on support.microsoft.com it was asked if there had to be
> > a
> > password associated with a user name. The answer was no that a password
> > was
> > not needed but recommended. I have a friend who lives alone and just
> > purchased a new computer. Everything that she turns the computer on, she
> > is
> > greeted with a request for her password. She lives along and is the only
> > person that ever accesses the computer. Does anyone know of a way to
> > remove
> > this useless request for a password?