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How to disable the Password Reveal button on the Sign-in screen on Windows 10

Make your sign-in experience more secure by disabling the Password Reveal button on the Sign-in screen on Windows 10. On Windows 10, Microsoft is adding a lot of significant changes to the operating system, including tweaks to the sign-in experience. For example, now the Sign-in screen shares a deeper integration with the Lock screen, and your email address is no longer visible for anyone to see, which was a security concern among users.
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