Difference between revisions of "System Settings/Login Screen"

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Settings for the login screen

This settings module allows you to configure the login procedure. This setting is only useful if you use SDDM as your login manager. Luckily most of the Linux distribution shipping a KDE edition are using SDDM as a login manager. In case you use an other login manager and want to change to SDDM, refer to your distribution wiki.

Convenience

If you don't want to type your username and password during login, you can check in the tab Advanced the Enable Auto-login box here, then select the user and default desktop environment you want to auto-login with, and hit Apply. Remember, though, that anyone who can physically access your computer or laptop will also have instant access to all your data. You need to make a risk assessment before using this facility.

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