Nobody wants their privacy to be invaded by toddlers. Because when you have a machine with some important files, you would never want anyone to mess with it when you are not around. It’s a fact that most users have saved tons of official files in their computers, that they don’t want others to see.
Bieng one of the top-ranked OS for PC users, Windows 10 provides users with services to take security precautions to help them protect their privacy. For now, users are provided with the facility of Secure Sign-In. But this service is not enabled by default. You can turn it on manually by implying multiple methods. That’s why I’ve drafted a guide about How To Enable Secure Sign-In in Windows 10. Just try to imply the steps exactly the way they are drafted below.
3 Ways To Enable Secure Sign-In in Windows 10
1) Using User Accounts
- Press Windows + R key simultaneously to open the Run command dialogue box.
- Type “netplwiz” and press enter.
- Under the “Advanced” tab, check the “Require users to press Ctrl+Alt+Delete” checkbox.
- Now click once on the Apply button and then on Ok.
2) Through Local Security Policy
- Open Run box and execute “secpol.msc” from it.
- Navigate to the following path from the left-side panel: “Local Policies” > “Security Options”
- Double-click on “Interactive Logon: Do not require CTRL+ALT+Delete” policy.
- Select the “Enabled” bullet and click on the “Ok” button.
3) Access Windows 10 Registry Editor
- Again open the Windows 10 Run box and execute “Regedit” in it.
- Open the following path in the registry editor:
- Double-click on the “DisableCad” and change its value from “1” to “0”
- When done, close the registry editor and restart your PC.
Note: If you are unable to find the DisableCad key, then you need to create it. For that, just right-click on the “Winlogon” folder and select DWORD (32-bit) Value. Now set the name of the new key as DisableCad and its value as “0”.
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