If you came here, it's probably because you forgot the password that gives you access to your Windows computer or laptop and because, you no longer remember it despite the candle you fell in your day, or you simply didn't create it.
Fortunately, below you will find a few tricks that you can try to get into after you do some testing such as checking that you didn't provide a boxing key.
Before continuing, we would like to make it clear that this course is intended for those who want to gain access to their computer and not another one, as this is completely illegal.
However, if you came here for the purpose of removing your PC password, you should check out ours a tutorial on how to get rid of it. In this case, you must be logged in using this personal key.
Procedure 1. Use the administrator's hidden account
This method will be especially useful for those with Windows 7 or earlier. If you are a Windows 10 user, you may be using your Microsoft account password, in which case you will need help from other sources.
Windows 7 and other earlier versions have an administrator account that is rarely visible. Using the steps below you can access your computer only if your account is inactive.
1. Reboot your computer or reset and press the & # 39;F8Repeatedly.
2. In the menu that appears on the screen, select the opción optionSafe mode& # 39 ;, Or & # 39; Safe Mode & # 39; in Spanish.
3. Now, you can & # 39;Director& # 39; (In upper case letter) in the user section and leave the password box blank.
4. Once you're signed into safe mode, you can go to & # 39; Econtrol Panel& # 39; And choose & # 39;User Accounts& # 39 ;.
5. Finally, select a user who doesn't remember his password again and change it to new.
Method 2. Use Windows boot disk or USB
Those who have access to a Windows DVD or USB bootable drive can use it to enable the currently disabled administrator account.
Alternatively, you can start the & # 39; Restore & # 39; Turn on the device and, while the Windows screen charges, press and hold the power button for four seconds to force power off.
After that, you can open it and wait for The BOOT menu with the mode option & # 39;Recovery& # 39 ;. Select this option and wait for Windows to find possible solutions.
When this process is complete, click on the drop down menu to see details of the problems you encountered. Swipe down and select the last link. That will open the document, which we are not very interested in.
Click & # 39;Archive& # 39; Above the window, & # 39;Open& # 39 ;. Find your Windows driver – remember the characters may have changed – and find the folder & # 39;
Swipe down and find file & # 39;set& # 39 ;. If you can't find it, make sure you have the option to see all file types, not just text files. Right-click on it and change its name by adding a letter or number.
Click somewhere to save changes. Now, find the file & # 39;cmd& # 39; Also copy right click. Right-click again at any point blank but in this case you choose & # 39; Paste & # 39; in the drop down menu.
Once you have made a copy, change the name and name it & # 39;set& # 39 ;. Make sure the changes are saved, close all windows and click & # 39; Finish & # 39; Your computer will shut down automatically.
Now, open it again and wait for the login screen to appear. Press the & # 39;Shift& # 39; Five times to open the command prompt window, or Command Prompt in English
Write & # 39;user name& # 39; For all users associated with this computer to be listened to. Now type the & # 39; net user & # 39; followed by the last username in the list. Finally, you can enter a new password for that user.
In case you don't want to set any password, just press & # 39; Enter & # 39; Those who have created one should also go in to prove it. Finally, close the window and you can sign in with your new password.
Method 3. Use the password recovery program
If the previous two methods didn't help much, you can try a program that promises to be able to recover passwords. We want to make it very clear that they should only be used if it's your own key.
You will easily find these types of applications, such as NTpasswd, do a quick Google search. Just use the search bar and enter something like: Windows password recovery program.
Method 4. Reset your Microsoft password to Windows 10
In the case of installing Windows 10, the most common one is that your password corresponds to the one you use in your Microsoft account. If you forgot it, it will be as easy as going to page reset and follow the instructions.