How to Recover lost User Passwords in Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP/Vista


Forgetting user login passwords for Windows is a very common issue. Sometimes, we change our Windows Administrator password for better protection but are unable to remember it ourselves. We have to remember a lot of different passwords and PINs for different social media sites, professional sites, bank accounts, etc so, it’s a common problem of losing them at times.

Though you can recover other passwords easily like your bank account password or your Facebook or Gmail password but if you forgot your Windows login password then your entire access to the system is restricted. You have tried your best to recover your administrator password but still unable to do anything, what would you do in such situation? Your last option would be to format your computer and install Windows again.

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To your surprise, there is actually something you can do to recover your Windows user passwords without reformatting the entire system. Last week, I was trying to login to my home PC(which I do not use so much) and I found that I don’t remember the password. This was a great problem because I really had some urgent task with my PC. After doing numerous failed attempt to recover my Windows password I found a powerful Windows password recovery tool. It worked better than my expectations and my problem was solved within minutes. I am happy to share how I recovered my Windows password with our lovely readers.

How to Recover Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP/Vista User Passwords

I used the Windows Password Recovery Key Ultimate software to recover my Windows login password. The software is very fast and easy to use.

The Windows Password Recovery Key can :

  • Recover or reset all user and administrator passwords
  • Reset Domain Administrator password.
  • Reset passwords with a bootable CD/DVD.
  • Reset passwords with a bootable USB drive.

This amazing software has a 100% recovery rate which means it never fails to recover lost passwords.You can use Windows Password Recovery Key software to recover/reset passwords in Windows 10, 8.1, Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP and Windows Server. It supports FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 file systems.

How to use Windows Password Recovery Key to reset Windows Passwords

This password recovery tool is very easy to use. My home PC has Windows 8 in it so I used this tool for Windows 8 password reset. Since my home PC was locked, so I downloaded and installed this tool on my work PC. You can download this software on any accessible PC and install it there.

1. Install Windows Password Recovery Key to a PC

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2. Burn it to a blank CD /DVD or USB flash drive

Once the installation is complete, now run the software. It will ask you to burn it to a blank CD/DVD or flash drive so that you can use it in your locked computer. I used a blank CD to reset my Windows 8 password.

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3. Boot your locked PC from the newly created disk

Now boot your locked PC and reset the password from newly created disk.

The Windows Password recovery tool is available in many different versions with different features. You can try the free version of this software and use it to reset your Windows password.

The paid versions of Windows Password Recovery Key offers many advanced features like : reset/remove Domain Administrator password, reset Microsoft account password, remove a local/Domain admin account, make your own computer/RAID ISO image, PC checkup, Clean junk files, and registry, Defragment registry, disk and tune up system, etc.

The paid version is backed with a 30 days money back guarantee. So, try the software and if it does not come up to your expectations then get the money back.

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