How to turn off password expiration in Windows 7?
Windows 7 may start notifying you at log-on that your password will expire in a number of days and will also ask you whether you want to change it now or not. This behavior usually starts after a month of your Windows 7 installation.
Though its only purpose is to help enforce password policies in a business environment, but if you don’t need that enforcement, it can be very annoying. To prevent yourself from such infuriating matters, you can turn off the password expiration warning by going to the Control Panel and launching the Administrative Tools.
If you are new to Windows 7, you may find it difficult to turn off password expiration. But, our step-by-step solution will help you through the process very conveniently. Here’s how:
- Click on the Start button and then type lusrmgr.msc into the start menu search box.
- Press Enter on your keyboard.
- Under local Users and Groups, click on Users.
- Double click to select your user account.
- Check the box next to Password never expires.
- Click OK, and then close the Local Users and Groups window.
So, turn off the password expiration warning on your Windows 7-based PC and get to experience the real benefits of Windows 7 in a much faster and uninterrupted manner. Don’t you think the above-mentioned steps were easy to understand and apply on your system? You can also make your understanding simple with our video solution that is posted below.