How to Reset Windows 10 Administrator Password If Forgot?

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When it comes to the remembering password and codes, it becomes difficult for any one single person to keep track of it. Since there are so many information and files that are there in the system, it becomes imperative to secure all files so that there are no third party interventions. And these are the situations where the forgotten password scenario comes into being. It is quite common that these passwords will be lost track of and it will be difficult to regain access. If so, it will be very frustrating to attempt booting your Windows 10 computer only to discover that you've been locked out of it by a password you can't remember. This problem is very common because PC owners tend to set complicated admin passwords to prevent other users from guessing their input details.


Three scenarios you may forgot your Windows 10 Password easily.

1) If you set a complex password you're not likely to remember, you will definitely forget it, and especially if you didn't write it down somewhere.

2) What's more, another category of PC users quickly set their passwords without giving a second thought to what they are using to lock their Windows system. In such cases, an individual will end up forgetting the password instantly, thus locking their windows PC in the process.

3) If you don't frequently use your Windows 10 for some reasons, you're likely to forget your password since you don't use it every other day. Whatever it is, the 3 scenarios above are likely to keep you out from accessing your computer, at least temporarily.


Part 1: Reset Lost Windows 10 administrator Password with Reset Disk

There are a lot of people don't  realize the importance of password reset disk features in Windows 10 or they don't bother to create a password reset disk. If you forgot your Windows 10 password and have a crated reset disk in your hand, resetting password becomes very easy.

Step 1: First access to your Windows 10 login screen.

Step 2: Simply type your a wrong password and Reset your password will pop up.

Step 3: Then insert your USB flash drive password reset disk to your computer then click the link.

Step 4: The wizard will guide you to reset your password. You can also create a new password for your local user account.

Note: We highly recommend that you make a password reset disk when you crate a password for your computer. Just in case you forget. This method only works with a local admin account, if you have no reset disk tool, then you see the second solution blow.


Part 2: Reset Windows 10 Login Password without Reset Disk - Recovery Tool

It is encouraging that Windows helps us create a password reset disk in case we forgot the login password. But a lot of times you have trouble remembering the password and didn't have a USB reset disk that created previously, what should you do? In fact. You still have the chance to immediately and easily reset your forgotten Windows 10 password without reset disk. Just try iSeePassword Windows Recovery program. Which can be installed inside of the Windows virtual space without access to your computer, it will read the Windows  underlying data and iSO files and can be opened in DOS mode without password, it provides  users with a visual operating interface, that's very easy to use. With iSeePassword Recovery tool you can directly burn ISO files to USB drive/DVD/CD in Windows 10/8/7, then reset your password without disk, and create a new administrator account easily.

To reset Windows 10 password, you will need:

1) A USB drive or black DVD or CD.
2) An accessible Windows computer or borrow from friend's.
3) iSeePassword Windows Password Recovery program, you can directly download it below.


 

1Download and Install Windows Password Recovery on a Normal Computer

The first and the foremost step are to download and install the Windows recovery tool on a accessible computer. You can see the main windows below. What is required now is a USB flash drive or DVD so that can create a bootable reset disk. This tutorial takes USB drive as an example.

use windows password recovery to reset  your windows 10 password

2 Insert the USB drive to Accessible Computer, then Create a Bootable Password Reset Disk

Run the program and then make sure to select on the USB option device. After the selection, click on the 'Burn USB' option and then begin the burning process. When finish the process, just eject the USB drive.

create a bootable USB or DVD disk

3Insert the USB to the Password-locked Computer and Boot Computer from USB Drive

This step you need to insert your USB drive to your locked Windows 10 computer and go to the reboot option. Reboot your computer and type F12, F2 or other certain keyboard to enter into BIOS settings. Different brands have different methods to enter the BIOS settings. Then choose the booting option from USB or CD/DVD.

Boot Computer from USB Drive

4Start to Reset Your Windows 10 Password.

You need to changed the boot order to USB drive then restart your computer, this time, the iSeePassword Windows Password recovery program will be opened during the booting. In this step, the program will detect all the account you set in the computer, here it can reset admin, users, local, Guest and homeGoup users password. You just select the target users that you want to reset, then click the "Reset Password" to begin. You can also click "Add User" button to create a new account for your computer.

After resetting the password, the password of target user will be blank, then you need to click on the "Reboot" option and then restart the computer . Now, the computer will be started without prompting password.

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Doen! As you can see, the process of recovering your Windows 10 password is much the same as it has been in Windows 7 and above. Thus with the help of program you can reset lost password without having to use a disk. But the most important thing is that you actually follow the instructions properly so that each of the steps and the guidelines are correctly pointed up.

The current version of iSeePassword is compatible with all Windows system including Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8, 8.1and Windows 10, both 32-bit and 64-bit systems. Our team tested iSeePassword Professional Edition on our Windows 10 machine with a local account and we can confirm that it works fine as advertised, it's that simple and safe!

 


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