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MacBook Pro :: How To Disable Login Password?


I want to disable my login password. Basicley i want to push the power booton the laptop to come on and have access to my programs and apps without entering a password. Saftey is not a big issue i am the only one using the laptop. I still use a keychain password so not just anyone can install and change whatever settings or programs they want i like this just don't want to use a password to log in.


View 1 Replies (Posted: Jul 12, 2010)

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