Windows 8 account Automatic login defaults, "When you reboot your computer, any customizations you have made to the taskbar will be reset to the default settings, as a result of a running problem between Windows Explorer and Taskhost.exe," Microsoft said.
Microsoft does offer a hot patch solution that allows users to avoid the task bar reset, but Microsoft does not provide a system update. Therefore, users need to contact Microsoft Customer Service directly to be informed how to solve this problem.
Microsoft stressed that the hot patch only needs to be added to the system software which needs to be patched, and the hot patch needs more testing. Therefore, if you are not affected by this problem, Microsoft advises users to wait for the next system update.
As with previous versions of Windows, users can log on to an account automatically. This means that the startup process automatically loads the privacy information.
There are two ways to set up automatic logins. First: Users can type Netplwiz and enter in the search box in the Start menu. Second: Press the key combination "Win+r" and then select Run, type control userpasswords2 and enter. In the User Account dialog box, select the account you want to log in automatically, cancel the "user must type username and password to use the computer" checkbox on the left to select, and then select Apply.