Friday, May 27, 2011

How to Prevent Windows Password Lost Trouble?

The present generation is techno-savvy and people are well aware of using this technology for fulfilling their needs. Everyone, from an individual to a big organization, realizes the need for data security in today’s world. Every piece of data is important, whether it is personal data files or an organization’s confidential archived files. Organization data is important as it contains record of company’s past transactions, sales, expenses etc. and information regarding its customers, employees, and vendors. Individuals, who do not want their data files to be shared or accessed by outsiders, must look for ways to implement a strict data security plan.
Data security is a rigorous process of examining all the confidentiality risks and the probable consequences of such risks. Then a tiered-access security plan may be implemented by the organization to employ different security levels for different sets of data. Periodic assessment of the policy is done to incorporate changes from time to time.
Thus, it is very necessary to generate a Windows password for our laptop in which we often store the important files and private info or photos. If we do not password-protected, it is a good channel for prying eyes. Sometimes, in order to preventing from the virus hackers or password guessed, we are used to take a complicated one for protection. However, this deed on one hand, makes our files safer; on the other hand, it can bring a big disaster if we forgot Windows logon password with long and complex characters.
Then, how to prevent Windows password lost or forgotten trouble out of our daily life? There are some tips you need to pay much attention to.
Tip 1: Set A as strong as Windows Password Like “123456xX”
Tip 2: Change Windows Password in half a year or 3 months round about
Tip 3: Take different passwords for different accounts
Tip 4: When set a  Windows password in the PC, make sure to create a Windows password reset disk
Tip 5: Note to write down your Windows passwords in a safer place.

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