There are a few ways to open the Command Prompt at the login screen or during the boot process in Windows 11/10. One way is to use the Windows key + X shortcut, then select Command Prompt (Admin).
Another way is to press the Shift key while clicking the power icon in the Start menu, then select Restart. This will take you to the Advanced startup screen, where you can select Troubleshoot, then Command Prompt.
Here are the steps to open Command Prompt at login screen or boot in Windows 11/10:
- Press the Windows key + R to open the Run dialog box.
- Type cmd and press Ctrl + Shift + Enter. This will open the Command Prompt with administrative privileges.
- At the Command Prompt, type netplwiz and press Enter. This will open the User Accounts dialog box.
- In the User Accounts dialog box, uncheck the box next to “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer.”
- Click Apply, then click OK.
- Restart your computer, and you should now be able to access the Command Prompt at the login screen.
- Alternatively, you can also boot Windows in Safe Mode with Command Prompt, by pressing F8 key repeatedly during the boot process, then select Safe Mode with Command Prompt.
It’s important to note that some of these steps may vary depending on the version of Windows you are using and the specific system configuration.