I know the password so I don t need to have to try to bypass or hack into it. Just not wanting to have to put it in every time I use my pc.
The BIOS password is nothing to do with Windows 10. You have to go into the BIOS settings by hitting the appropriate key just as the computer starts to boot up. Once in the BIOS settings look for something like the security section. There may be several different passwords that you can set to allow a user access or otherwise to the computer, the hard disk or the BIOS itself.
If you had been clever enough to include the details of the make and model of the laptop and the name of the BIOS it has in it, then you would stand a better chance of somebody taking you through to the specific settings in the BIOS.
However, if it is the Windows 10 login password that is causing a problem, then you can do the following:
From an administrator account:
1) Hold the Windows key and tap 'R' to open the Run command window. Then release the Windows key.
2) Enter the command "control userpasswords2" (without the quotes) and hit the enter key.
3) Make sure there is a tick in the box saying that users must enter a username and password.
4) Highlight the account you want to log in automatically.
5) Remove the tick from the box (see step 3 above) and click OK.
6) Enter any requested login details in the boxes that should appear after clicking OK in step 5. Then click OK to this step.
7) Restart the PC.
Note: this part is to log in to Windows 10 and is nothing to do with the BIOS. Although you said BIOS in the question, you also mentioned Windows 10, so it was not clear which password was causing you the problem.
I hope this answers your question.
I am surprised a Windows 10 laptop has a BIOS password? Are you sure it is not a boot time PIN?
Change the settings.
Go into the bios and remove the password
Change the bios settings.