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In this guide we’ll show you how to perform a password reset in Windows 10. Forgetting your Windows 10 password can be a frustrating affair, but it doesn’t have to be the end of the line for your user account. There are a lot of ways to reset your password in Windows 10,It was a fairly long and complicated process, but it worked. Unfortunately, there is no one way to reset a Windows password and depending on what version of Windows you are running, you might have to try different methods.In the end, there is also no real guarantee that you’ll be able to crack the password. There are already so many articles written on how to recover or reset a password that I’m not going to reinvent the wheel, but instead will guide you to the best online resources that I have used to crack my Windows password.

9 Ways to Crack or Reset a Forgotten Windows Password  Using the best online resources available

1Ophcrack Live CD :

 Ophcrack Live CD My favorite ways to blank out or crack a Windows password is to use a Linux Live CD. These are special distributions of Linux that run directly from the CD (no installation required) and are specially designed for cracking Windows passwords. You can read the documentation to learn how to use it.

Simply burn the ISO and boot using the CD and the program will get right to work. It may not work, however, on very complicated passwords because it actually tries to determine the password rather than reset it

2. Login Recovery :

 Login Recovery is a web site that has a program that you can either download onto a floppy disk or a cd that you than use to boot up with. If the PC is connected to the Internet, it will automatically upload the encrypted data to their servers and begin the process of trying to recover the passwords. If you don’t have an Internet connection, it will generate a file, which you then manually upload to their site.

I have tried this site and it did not work for my password, which was 11 characters and mostly symbols, numbers, and letters. However, if the password is something simpler, they will probably be able to crack it.

3. Reset your Microsoft account :

If you use a Microsoft account to log in to Windows 10 and find yourself locked out, head to Microsoft’s account recovery website and enter your email address, phone number or Skype name, then click ‘Next’. 

Choose how Microsoft will send you a security code, then enter the missing info and click ‘Get code’.
Once you’ve received the security code, you’ll need to enter it in the “Verify your identity” box. You’ll now need to enter a new password; re-enter it to confirm, then click ‘Next’ to finalise the process.

4. Reset your account password : 

Try this suggestion first if it’s your local PC account password that you need to reset. If you’re using Windows 10 version 1803 or later, select the ‘Reset password’ link under your username on the login screen. 

You’ll need to answer your security question, then enter a new password. This will then be saved as your new password from now on.
Alternatively, if you’re signed in you can press Ctrl + Alt + Delete, then click ‘Change a password’. Enter the name of the account whose password you want to change, then enter a new password below.

5. Reset a PIN from the login screen :

if you use a PIN rather than a password to access your Windows 10 account, there’s a different way to reset it. To get started, click ‘I forgot my PIN’ under the PIN sign-in box. Enter the password for your Microsoft account, then click ‘Next’.

Choose how you want to be sent a security code (either as an email or SMS message), then fill in the missing information to verify the account is yours. Once you receive the code, enter it on your PC, then choose a new PIN and re-enter it to confirm. This will reset your PIN.

6. Reset a PIN in Windows 10’s settings :

If you’re already signed in to your account and want to change your PIN, that’s simple enough. First of all, make sure you’re connected to the internet. Now, click Start, then the Settings cog and go to ‘Accounts > Sign-in’ options.
Click ‘I forgot my PIN’, then enter your account password and click ‘OK’. You can then enter a new PIN, which can be simply numbers or include letters and symbols. When you’ve chosen one, enter it again to confirm, then click ‘OK’.

7. Use the elevated command prompt :

A quick way to reset your local account password is to use an elevated command prompt, although it does require getting your hands a little dirty.
Click Start and, in the Windows 10 search bar, type “cmd”. Right-click the first entry, then click ‘Run as administrator’. 
Type the following phrase, replacing “account” with your account name and “password” with the new password you want to use:

net user account password

When you’re done, press ‘Enter’ and close Command Prompt.

8. Use another administrator account :

Restart your PC and sign in to the other administrator account, then in the Windows 10 search bar, type “Computer Management” and click the top result. 

In the left-hand column, navigate to ‘Local Users & Groups > Users’, right-click the account you’ve been locked out of, then click ‘Set Password’ and enter a new password.
Note that Microsoft locks some files and information if a user’s password is reset this way. This method will also only work if the account signs in locally rather than using an online Microsoft account.

9. Create a password reset disk :

First, plug a USB drive into your PC. In the Windows 10 search bar, type “Create a password reset disk” and click the top result. 

Click ‘Next’ in the Forgotten Password wizard, choose the USB drive, then click ‘Next’ again. Type your current account password and click ‘Next’. Click ‘Finish’ when the wizard is done.
If you need to use the disk, enter it on the Windows 10 login screen, then click ‘Reset password’, then ‘Next’. On the dropdown menu, select the USB disk, click ‘Next’, then enter a new password and click ‘Finish’.

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