Linux has a wide variety of screenshot utilities. Unfortunately, none of them are capable of capturing your login screen. There is a way, though. Learn how to take a screenshot of your Linux login screen.
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The latest macOS, High Sierra, has had its difficulties with password screens. Now a second build allows any password to log in to the App Store system preferences.
If you have the required hardware, you can activate Windows Hello and log in to Windows using your fingerprint or face. Learn how to set up and use Windows Hello.
Microsoft allows you to log in to Windows using a PIN, which some of you might find insecure. Luckily, you can add PIN complexity to the Windows 10 login PIN to increase its effectiveness.
WordPress’s login URL is easy to remember and also easy for hackers to target. For added security, it is advisable to change the WordPress login URL. Here’s the steps.
Want to disable or remove the shutdown button from the Windows 10 login screen to prevent other users from shutting down your PC? Here’s how to do that.
When you log in or lock Windows, you’ll see your account details. Don’t like this? Want to hide all user details from the login screen? Here’s how to do it.
Bored with the default login screen wallpaper in OS X El Capitan? Luckily, you can change it without any third-party apps. Here’s how.
Windows 10 doesn’t have a built-in way to change the login screen wallpaper, so we’ll show you how to use the Windows 10 Login Screen Image Changer app to do it.
Do you find it troublesome to sign-in the username and password in Windows 8 login screen after startup or sleep? Here’s a nifty hack on how to bypass it.
You can’t take screenshot of the WIndows 8 logon screen using the standard method. Here is how to take screenshot of Windows 8 logon screen the geeky way.
The default screen capture tool in Mac OS X is pretty nifty, except that it doesn’t allow you to take screenshot of login screen. Here is how you can overcome the limitation.
Apple introduced a feature back in OS X 10.7 Lion which allows the user to add custom text to your Mac’s login screen. Here’s how you can do so.
If you have a long list of user accounts in your OS X login screen, you can follow these steps to hide user accounts and show an “Other” option instead.
The “Guest Session” mode in Ubuntu is useful only if you are planning to share your computer with other users. If you want to get rid of the “Guest Session” option in the login screen, here is how you can disable Guest Account in Ubuntu.
LightDM is the login screen you see once your Ubuntu machine starts up. It’s a lot better than the old days when you were dropped at a terminal prompt. The following will show you how to customize LightDM with themes and backgrounds to dress up that dull look.
Virtualbox is a useful application that allows you to run another operating system in your Ubuntu. Here, we will show you how you can setup your Ubuntu so you can log directly into the Virtual Machine from the login screen.