There are also advanced options

Basic Autologon Set Up


Automatic login applications have made signing in to your digital services very easy. But these applications do not magically work. It needs to be configured to that it can work efficiently.

Here a couple of things to take note when setting them up:

  • *Target Service
  • The automatic login application will need to have a specific target to function. This target can be a certain function on your computer or a program.
  • You will have to indicate this when setting it up and would most likely require you to enter the application folder path or executable file.
  • *Credentials
  • Every auto login application, such as that of LogonExpertAutologon, will have a section where you can enter a username or password for the specific service or function you are trying to access. This is a very handy feature since once you enter these credentials, they will be automatically entered once you initiate your auto-login application
  • *Commands
  • Various auto login applications will have an additional section where you can add special commands.These commands will continue to run while you are doing other things. The commands usually vary and are often triggered by starting up an application.
  • Some of these applications will also have a pop-up menu to automate other functions on the fly which in turn increases efficiency.

There are also advanced options on these applications that require the user to manually enter scripting language to make it work. These options are commonly used by developers or programmers to automate various functionsthus enabling them to multi-task.

These auto login applications are most commonly used on the Windows operating system as the operating system is more amenable to changes. There are similar applications that run on OSX but their configurability are not as broad as the auto login applications for Windows-based machines.