Security is super important, but sometimes the speed of the kernel. If you live and work in an environment where you are confident of your privacy, your Mac can automatically log you in without a password. Like this.
Warning : If you follow this process and your Mac is lost or stolen, anyone who has access to it will be able to access your data completely inadequate. It can be a risk worth taking, but only you can make that decision. If you use this technology, we recommend activating it when you are at home or in another safe place and disable it when you are not.
If you want to continue, let's get started. We performed the process on macOS 10.14 Mojave.
How to enable automatic login on your Mac
To launch, lock the Apple logo at the top of the screen, then click "System Preferences."
Then click "Users and Groups."
Click on the padlock icon and enter your password for password.
Once you have verified, click on "Login options" and then click "Automatic login" down. Select the name of the user you want your Mac to log in automatically. Again, you must enter a user password, this time for the account you have chosen to login.
Note: if your user account is gray, FileVault encryption is likely to be enabled or that user account uses an iCloud password to log in. You must disable FileVault encryption (System Settings> Security and Privacy> FileVault> Lock Icon> Turn Off FileVault) and use a local password (System Settings> Users and Groups> [Account Name]> Change Password) before you can enable automatic login.
is complete, the next time you restart your Mac, it will automatically log in to the default account selected.