Strict Standards: Non-static method AL_HELPER::SetupPaths() should not be called statically in /home/software/public_html/windowsxp/init.php on line 15 How to get classic login box from the Welcome Screen Windows XP A to Z Home | All Articles | Syndicate Categories General Articles Hardware Internet Jokes Miscellaneous Page 1 Miscellaneous Page 2 Security Software Spyware and Adware Start Up Applications System Performance Page 1 System Performance Page 2 Troubleshooting Usability Page 1 Usability Page 2 User Interface Page 1 User Interface Page 2 User Interface Page 3 Still have a problem? Ask for help at our discussion forum. Search -- All Categories --- General Articles- Hardware- Internet- Jokes- Miscellaneous Page 1- Miscellaneous Page 2- Security- Software- Spyware and Adware- Start Up Applications- System Performance Page 1- System Performance Page 2- Troubleshooting- Usability Page 1- Usability Page 2- User Interface Page 1- User Interface Page 2- User Interface Page 3 Advanced Search Article Options Email to Friend Print Article Add to Favorites Add to 'Articles to Read' Popular Articles Handwrite for MSN Messenger Win2000 Logon Screen The difference between 64 and 32 bit processors Windows XP FAQ T Windows XP FAQ P No popular articles found. » Home » User Interface Page 2 » How to get classic login box from the Welcome Screen How to get classic login box from the Welcome Screen By Super Admin | Published 02/23/2005 | User Interface Page 2 | Unrated How to get classic login box from the Welcome Screen Go to control panel > user accounts > "change the way users log on or off" > uncheck the first box "Use the Welcome Screen". here you'll get a regular win2k/NT login screen. How would you rate the quality of this article? 1 2 3 4 5 Poor Excellent Tell us why you rated this way (optional): Send to Author Post on Site Comments Comment #1 (Posted by an unknown user) Rating you guys just plain suck. Comment #2 (Posted by an unknown user) Rating Helped me alot. Ty! Comment #3 (Posted by an unknown user) Rating worked perfectly Comment #4 (Posted by an unknown user) Rating It told me what I needed to know - and seemingly in the fewest words possible. Thanks! Comment #5 (Posted by an unknown user) Rating Great tip - 100% what I wanted to do. Cheers Comment #6 (Posted by an unknown user) Rating k Submit Comment Menu: Discussion Forum | Windows 7 | Windows Vista | Windows XP | Security | Troubleshooting Computer Information Database: Computer Terms | File Extensions | Keyboard Shortcuts | Drivers Files Database: Startup Applications | Necessary | Useless | At Your Option | Dangerous | Browser Objects | DLL | SYS | INF | OCX | VXD | Virus The articles express the views of the author of the message.