Friday, June 24, 2011

Windows Password Unlocker - A Tool to Reset Almost Any Windows Password

There are a couply of different reasons why one would want to use any one of Windows password reset tools to reset a Windows password. Of course, there are the good-hearted reasons, like helping your grandma because he forgot his password and is locked out of his own computer. Then, there are the more dubious reasons, like spying on your accountant.
In the past,   I just write an article about Top 10 ways to recover or reset forgotten Windows password. However, there might be circumstances in which you’d need unnoticed access – being able to remove the forgotten Windows password but change or find the password.
Windows Password Unlocker
That’s where Windows Password Unlocker comes in. Windows Password Unlocker is one of the more effective password reset tools that runs via Windows, and it can be used to reset almost any Windows password. Even for Windows 7 pasword reset.
To achieve this, Windows Password Unlocker allows you to remove the lost or forgotten Windows password by creating a password reset disk with CD/DVD or USB automatically. When a working one is encountered, it is removed to you, and you can simply log in without a password. One would think this “resetting process” takes a lot of time, but it just need a cup of coffee time.

Three Easy Steps to Reset Almost Any Windows Password
After purchased the software, please download the full version of Windows Password Unlocker by a link from your email box in a computer that you can run as administrator. The whole Windows password recovery process can be divided to 3 big steps:
Note: A blank CD/DVD and CD-ROM±RW drive are required.

1.Burn a password reset CD/DVD or USB flash drive
Simply tnsert a blank CD/DVD or USB flash drive in the computer, and then launch this program. Then create a password reset disk automatically.
Note: Since you obviously can't get into your computer right now because you don't know the password, this step will need to be completed on another computer that you can run as administrator. This other computer will need to have access to the Internet and the capability to burn CD/DVD and USB flash drive.
2. Boot from the password reset disk
After you successfully created a password reset disk with another PC, you can boot your locked PC from the password reset disk directly. Also you can follow to this article how to set bios boot from USB or boot from CD/DVD.
3. Reset Windows password
If you want to reset Windows local administrator and other user account password on Windows 7/Vista/XP/2008/2003/2000 via Windows Password Unlocker. You’ll see the interface after restarting PC with changed BIOS. And you'll find that all Windows account user names are displayed with the passwords showing "Protected" or "Blank".
Protected means that this account is password protected.
Blank means that this account is not password protected.
Then,  you can select your target user name and click Reset button to perform Windows password reset. More details, please refer to the steps on Windows Password Unlocker Userguide.

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