Tuesday, December 18, 2012

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Thursday, December 6, 2012

How to Reset a BIOS Password in Windows 8?

On Windows computer systems, the BIOS (Fundamental Input/Output System) is updatable computer firmware made to initialize the pc throughout start just before handing control towards the operating-system. Because of the sensitive character from the system configurations controlled through the BIOS, your password could be set by either the pc manufacturer or even the finish-user. Probably the most common BIOS producers include AMI, AWARD, IBM, and Phoenix with lots of producers making their very own changes towards the firmware just before selling a pc around the open market.
 The most popular techniques to totally reset BIOS password include: Producing a BIOS password utilizing a hash code, entering a backdoor BIOS password, totally reset the BIOS password using software, totally reset the BIOS password using hardware, and resetting the BIOS password with vendor specific solutions.
Like Windows 7 or Windows XP/Vista, if you want to reset bios password in Windows 8, just  have a look at the following methods.

1. Reset the BIOS Password By Removing the CMOS Battery
Probably the most common techniques to  reset the BIOS password would be to remove or discharge battery around the computer system board. When the energy towards the battery sheds or drained, the BIOS configuration is going to be totally reset towards the factory condition without any password. System configurations designed to the BIOS may also be lost.

2. Reset the BIOS Password Using Software
A well known choice for clients to reset the BIOS/CMOS password is by using 3rd party software. The BIOS/CMOS Password recovery Tool is really a low-cost application you can use to get rid of or totally reset the BIOS password on  windows computer systems. When the software programs are bought, you boot the pc while using Boot Compact disc supplied by the organization and it'll recover the BIOS password on the pc.

By the way, as is known that there is another password named Windows password. What if you forgot Windows login password, what to do? For Windows 8, there are kinds of options for you:
1. a  Windows 8 password reset disk ( the most recommended way to reset Windows 8 password if you have created)
2. another available admin account
3 . a picture password
4. a PIN code
5. a Windows password recovery tool.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Beautiful in White

Days ago, I found a song from Youtube that makes me crazy. And till now, it ranks first my favorites in the song list  - Beautiful in White.

The song is one of Westlife's unreleased songs - Sung solo by Shane Filan. But I like Shane Filan more that westlife. It is said that the song is  the gift that Shane wanted to send to his wife and daughter. Now you can see the lyrics here, which is really heart-warming.

 Not sure if you know this
But when we first met
I got so nervous
I couldn't speak
In that very moment I found the one and
My life had found it's missing piece
So as long as I live I love you
will heaven hold you
You look so beautiful in white
And from now to my very last breath
This day I'll cherish
You look so beautiful in white
Tonight
What we have is timeless
My love is endless
And with this scream I say to the world
You're my every reason
You're all that I believe in
with all my heart I mean every word
So as long as I live I love you
will heaven hold you
You look so beautiful in white
And from now to my very last breath
[| From: http://www.elyrics.net |]

This day I'll cherish
You look so beautiful in white
Tonight
Oooooh oh
Na na na na na
You look so beautiful in white
Tonight
And if our daughter's what our future holds
I hope she has you're eyes
finds love like you and I did
Yeah, I wish she falls in love
and I will let her go
I'll walk her down the aisle
She'll look so beautiful in white.....
You look so beautiful
In white
So as long as I live I love you
will heaven hold you
You look so beautiful in white
And from now to my very last breath
This day I'll cherish
You look so beautiful in white
Tonight
"You look so beautiful in white tonight" 
Now, listen the song from youtube:
 


Thursday, November 29, 2012

Best Products of 2012: Mobile

Mobile has been used in our daily life just not only for communication, making a call, sending messeges. Till now, it can also be used for play games, add apps, shopping, do bussiness or even make relationship.

A purchasing misstep like that will sow trouble and hassle throughout your entire mobile ecosystem. You won't be able to buy the apps you really want, you'll be barred from using the services you really need, and you'll feel like a complete doofus when you pull out that white elephant in a crowd and someone asks, with a raised eyebrow, "How's that workin' out for ya?"

Here I have created a list for you  help avoid the stigma and potential chaos that can come with choosing the wrong mobile product.

  Apple iPad, 3rd generation (tablet)

The iPad ranks first on this sublist and third overall. Why the third-generation tablet when the fourth-gen product is already available? Because it had the biggest impact on the tablet market—it was the first to feature Apple's high-resolution Retina display. But if you want to buy a full-size iPad now, get the fourth-gen model: It has a faster processor, better Wi-Fi capabilities, and improved LTE circuitry.


Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (e-reader)

Amazon has the best e-reader in the Kindle Paperwhite; in fact, the Paperwhite is so good that it ranked fifth in our entire list. The Paperwhite's best feature is the integrated light that brightly and evenly illuminates the page, even in daylight. But Amazon has made other improvements to its e-reader: The E Ink display boasts higher resolution, the fonts are better, and the underlying software has been significantly overhauled.




Samsung Galaxy S III (Android smartphone)

You don't get to be the best-selling Android phone by being average, and the Galaxy S III definitely has what it takes to move ahead of the Android pack—not to mention the iPhone 5, which didn't crack the top 10 on our overall list (the Galaxy S III came in sixth). With a speedy processor, an eye-catching display, and loads of attractive features, it's our favorite smartphone of 2012.

Apple iPhone 5 (smartphone)

It’s the best iPhone yet, improving on its predecessors with features such as LTE connectivity, an improved camera, and a larger screen. It might not have the best map program, as you may have heard, but we have no doubt that the iPhone 5 is still one of the best smartphones of 2012. While we don't like it as much as Samsung's Galaxy S III, it remains high on our list at the number 22 slot.


Google Nexus 7 (Android tablet)

We saw plenty of cheap Android tablets in 2012, but not one that was a worthy contender for this list. Then along came Google’s Nexus 7, which brought top-flight performance, features, and great design to an inexpensive tablet—along with a lovely, optically bonded display. It placed 14th overall.


Microsoft Surface RT (tablet)

As Maxwell Smart might have said, the Surface RT misses our top 10 by that much. That’s no surprise, considering that this is Microsoft’s rookie effort at building a retail computer; it's number 11 because the Surface has successfully redefined what a tablet can be.



Apple iPad Mini (tablet)

While it lacks a Retina display, Apple's smallish tablet is a joy to use, delivering a higher resolution than the first two generations of iPads. It would rank much higher than 48 on our master list if it carried a price tag closer to that of the Nexus 7.


B&N Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight (e-reader)

Thoughtful design and an ethereal yet effective built-in reading light make this e-reader one of the best you can buy. It’s also the most flexible, with a MicroSD card slot on board. And unlike Amazon, B&N doesn’t charge extra for an AC adapter. On the full list, the Simple Touch is number 26.


Wednesday, November 21, 2012

How to Encrypt Removable USB Flash Drives with BitLocker?

BitLocker was Microsofts first transfer to full disk file encryption with support included in Windows Vista. Since then BitLocker has evolved and enhanced into a great softwarebased full disk file encryption resolution. New for Windows 7 is support for removable disks. By means of BitLocker on a removable USB flash drive gives a good way to defend your computer data in the event the drive was missing or thieved.
Not only will your data always be protected but it is possible to gain access to your computer data on Windows XP and Vista using a read-only interface that's installed during the initial encryption. Now you are able to get your data anywhere, not just on your Windows 7 computer.
Then, how to encrypt the removable USB flash drive with Bitlocker?
Step 1: Insert your USB flash drive and open Computer so you can view all your drives. Then, right click on your drive and select Turn on BitLocker.
Step 2: Select the way that you want to protect the drive.  There are 2 options for you to protect your USB flash drive:  using a password to unlock the usb or use the smart card.
Step 3: Click Next to continue. In case of the password lost or forgotten, just backup your recovery key so that you can always retrieve data.
Step 4: Click Next to continue and then click Start Encrypting. Your drive is now protected when the encryption completed.
Additional knowledge, with a USB flash drive, you can not only take it for keeping your data in a safe place, it can also help you to create a password reset disk to unlock the password if you forgot Windows 7 password or even  need to solve your Windows 8 password recovery issues.

Article resource from: http://www.passworddecrypt.com/how-to-encrypt-removable-usb-flash-drives-with-bitlocker/

Thursday, November 15, 2012

What Are the Best Apps in Windows 8?

Windows 8 has many interesting new features, but the most important has to be the Store.
It's now easy to enhance your PC with a host of powerful apps - games, multimedia, tools, productivity and more - and these can then automatically be installed on all your other Windows 8 systems in a click or two.

This article is going to introduce some of the best apps in Windows 8, and hope you will like it.

1. Metro Commander

One immediate advantage of the Store is it makes it very easy for developers to plug whatever gaps Microsoft might leave. So don't waste time wondering why Microsoft hasn't provided a file manager for the Start Screen, for instance - just install Metro Commander, instead.
The program provides a dual-pane interface on your files and folders, provides easy access to all the usual core functions - View, Rename, Copy, More, New Folder, New File and more - and offers integrated SkyDrive support, too.

2. Norton Satellite

Easy integration with online services such as Facebook is a plus point for Windows 8 - but you need to keep an eye on your security. And the free Norton Satellite can help.
The program uses apps to scan your Facebook links and Dropbox files, for instance, alerting you to threats before they have a chance to infect you. And if your worries lie elsewhere, then Satellite can scan particular files or folders on demand.

3. Multimedia 8

If you're missing Windows Media Centre, then fear not, the Store does have some interesting alternatives - and Multimedia 8 is one of the best.
The program makes it easy to browse your music, video and playlists, for instance. In a click (or a touch) you can access files on a media server, or the web.

4. Free Books


Which cloud services are right for you?
There's more to ebooks than Amazon and Kindle: no, really. And by way of evidence, look no further than Free Books. This attractive app offers more than 23,000 free books (mostly old classics), neatly organised by category and author, with an interesting selection of "Featured" books if you just want to browse.
Double-click any book to download it to your library. Double-click again to read it; tap right or left to turn the appropriate page; and of course the app remembers your current page, so if you leave it and come back later then you'll be able to carry on where you left off.

If you want to get or learn more apps in Windows 8, just visit its official site of Microsoft: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-8/apps

Thursday, November 8, 2012

How to get the Start menu back in Windows 8

Microsoft lopped off the Start menu in Windows 8 to force people to use the Start screen. And I'll admit it, the Start screen does offers several benefits.

Live Tiles can clue you in to the latest e-mails, appointments, news, and other information. You can easily search for any app, setting, or file just by typing its name.
But I still find the folder-structured Start menu the quickest and easiest way to launch any application when I'm already working in the desktop.

Those of you who'd like the old menu back, at least as an option, can choose from a range of Start menu replacements. Most are free or offer a free version. Many go beyond just replicating the Start menu by letting you customize their look and feel.
Here's a rundown of the latest Windows 8 Start menu replacements that you can take for a spin.

Power8
Billed as "yet another Start menu replacer for Windows 8," the free Power8 displays a Start button in the usual spot on the desktop. Clicking on that button brings up the familiar two-pane menu. From the left pane, you can pin your favorite applications and access all your programs via the Programs menu. From the right pane, you can open specific folders, such as Computer, Libraries, Control Panel, Administrative Tools, and Network.

A handy search field at the bottom can track down any application, file, or other item on your PC. The familiar Run command lets you type the name of a program, folder, or file to open it. The menu offers easy access to the Shutdown, Restart, Sleep, Hibernate, Log off, Screensaver, and Lock PC commands.
Right-clicking on Power8's Start button triggers a pop-up menu with several options. The Settings command lets you customize the software's behavior. You can set it to auto start each time you log in to Windows 8. You can also resize the button or change its image.

You can block all "Metro" features, which means your mouse will no longer trigger the Start screen thumbnail or the Charms bar. Even with that option enabled, you can still click on the Windows key to get to the Start screen or press Win+C to activate the Charms bar.
Created by a team of developers in the Ukraine, Power8 is a simple but effective Start menu replacement.

Win8 StartButton 

Also free, Win8 StartButton lets you tweak the look and feel of the Start menu with several customizable features. Clicking on the program's Start orb displays the usual two-pane menu with access to your programs and folders and commands for search, run, and help.

You'll also find options to shut down, restart, or hibernate your PC. Right-clicking on the orb leads you to a Settings window where you can change the layout of the menu and a variety of other features. For example, you can disable Windows 8 hot corners if you wish, add or remove commands in the menu, and change its skin.

Win8 StartButton is a handy program with a basic Start menu and several ways to customize advanced features.

What' more, there are some other ways to get the start menu back in Windows 8, such as Pokki for Windows 8, ViStart, StartMenu7, Classic Shell  and so on.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

5 Facebook Pages and Apps for Election Day

As Americans head to the polls Tuesday to cast their vote in the 2012 presidential election, Facebook hopes it will be the go-to site for up-to-date news and results coverage.

If you’re of voting age, Facebook will show you a reminder that it’s election day at the top of your news feed when you log in. You’ll be prompted to mark whether you’ve voted, and that action will be broadcast to your Facebook friends on both Web and mobile versions of the site.
Beyond its efforts to encourage you to vote, Facebook has partnered with and is promoting a handful of apps and pages to ensure you’re up-to-date on the latest news. Here’s a look at how you can use Facebook for Election Day coverage.

U.S. Politics on Facebook

The U.S. Politics on Facebook page aggregates the use of Facebook by politicians, elected officials and political campaigns. You’ll also see a number of reshared Facebook posts from sites such as C-SPAN, as well as Mitt Romney, President Barack Obama and other well-known figureheads and celebrities.
In addition to aggregating posts from others, the U.S. Politics on Facebook page also posts Facebook-specific election stats, such as the top trending terms on the social network in the U.S.
Lastly, the U.S. Politics on Facebook page includes an app that helps you find your polling location by entering in your address.

CNN Politics I’m Voting App

This summer, Facebook and CNN announced a partnership to create an app that lets Facebook users declare that they’re voting and broadcast what issues are important to them.
In addition to sharing your support of a candidate on your Timeline, which is optional, you can browse and answer a series of questions on the candidates ranging from, “Who has the most compelling vision for America’s Future” to “Has Superstorm Sandy changed your preference in presidential candidates?” Other question topics include the economy, immigration, health care, foreign policy, social issues, gun control and more.

iSideWith.com Facebook App

Still undecided about who to vote for? Before you head to the polls, check out the iSideWith.com Facebook app, which shows you which presidential candidate you side with based on the political issues that you say are the most important to you.
After you give the app permission to access your profile, you’ll answer a number of multiple choice questions and select how important each issue is. The app will then match your answers to the candidates and display which issues you agree or disagree on.
The app also lets you share, compare and discuss your results with your Facebook friends.

Barack Obama’s Official Facebook Page

Follow President Barack Obama’s Facebook page. for the latest information and campaign photos. You can also donate to President Obama’s campaign from within Facebook, visit his store for Obama gear such as bumper stickers, buttons and coffee mugs, and commit to vote for the President.

Mitt Romney’s Official Facebook Page

In addition to news and photos, you can also donate to support Mitt Romney’s campaignfrom Facebook, “Commit to Mitt” to vote for him, purchase Romney-branded gear and upload a photo of yourself supporting Romney for president. There’s also a petition you can sign supporting small businesses and job creation.

11 Winning Alternatives to Windows 8's Built-in Apps (Part 1)

Windows 8 comes preloaded with plenty of apps for basic productivity and entertainment, but they're not necessarily the best you can do. We've already mentioned the apps you should download first, but now we want to share some third-party apps that you might like more than what Microsoft includes in its basic Windows 8 installation.
None of the following apps is perfect, but the same holds true for the apps built directly into Windows 8—hence the point of this article in the first place.

People

Part contacts list, part social media hub, Microsoft's People app is a central bucket for all the personal associations you make via email, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Although this built-in app shares Facebook and Twitter updates, it's confusing in the way it jumbles together all your services.
Likewise, People is definitely not a worthy Twitter client. And no worthy Twitter clients are available in the Windows Store yet. An official Twitter app is in the works; but until it arrives, we'll all have to make do with third-party alternatives.

Video

Microsoft's Video app has a split personality. It's a storefront for purchasing the latest movies and TV episodes, as well a video player for your own personal content. Unfortunately, when we tried it, shilling commercial content seemed to take precedence, leaving many PCWorld editors wishing for a deeper, more robust video-player app.
PressPlay is an excellent alternative for viewing your local files. It supports great touch controls that allow you to adjust the volume, change the video's position, and browse videos with the flick of a finger. It doesn't offer any videos for sale, but that's a good thing—and a thing best left to the app built into Windows 8. PressPlay is free in the Windows Store.

Messaging

Microsoft's Messaging app lets you quickly chat with anyone in your contacts or Facebook list, and it even supports video chat. That's great for communicating with the friends you have on those networks, but you'll probably want to chat with people on myriad other services too.
IM+ facilitates messaging through nearly every imaginable service, from Facebook to ICQ. It supports photo sharing, text messaging, and multiple accounts per service, making for the most comprehensive messaging app we could find on the Windows Store, all for free.

Calendar

The built-in Calendar app does exactly what you'd think it would, but not much more. You can check the day's events, add an event with reminder options, and...that's about it. You can use Microsoft's app to sync up your own personal Google calendar, but you're out of luck if you need to sync Google calendars that have been shared with you.
That's why, as with the Mail app (see below), we recommend using the tried-and-true Google calendar as the alternative. You have to access it via your browser, of course, but you'll be able to see all your schedules at once without worrying about hacking the app. And yes, you can put Google Calendar on your Start screen: Just pin it to Start as you would any other URL, and pretend that it's an app.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Windows Phone 8 Smartphone Buying Guide

As Windows Phone 8 has been released, some famous-brand-smartphone developpers also have presented their new products. This aritlce give you the details about the features of these Windows Phone 8 smartphones and the buying guides.

Nokia Lumia 920

Features:
The Lumia 920 is Nokia's flagship Windows Phone device, packing a bunch of awesome features thanks to increased hardware support in Windows Phone 8. There's a 4.5-inch 1280 x 768 PureMotion HD+ display, 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 chipset inside, 4G LTE depending on your region, and an 8-megapixel PureView camera with fancy optical image stabilization in the lens.
Not only that, but the Lumia 920 comes with built-in wireless charging for the 2000 mAh battery, so if you purchase a wireless charging mat you're good to go. The Lumia 920 also comes in a range of colors: traditional black, and white; plus yellow, red and cyan.
The Lumia 920 official website
Availability and Pricing
United States:
AT&T in November for $149 on a two-year contract
UK:
EE on November 9 for £49 upfront on a £41 per month plan
Australia:
Telstra in late November for AU$829 outright

HTC Windows Phone 8X

 

This is HTC's flagship Windows Phone 8 device, and its size is comparable to that of the Nokia Lumia 820 as it comes with a 4.3-inch Super LCD 2 display, although this time it's 1280 x 720 instead of WVGA. Internally there is the same 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 chipset that is being used for a variety of Windows Phone and you also get 16 GB of storage.
Camera wise there is HTC's ultra-wide angle 2.1 MP front-facing camera, plus an 8-megapixel rear camera with BSI sensor. The phone comes in a variety of colors for its slim design - purple, black, red and yellow - and there's also Beats audio enhancement which is a first for Windows Phones.
Windows Phone 8X by HTC official website
Availability and Pricing
United States:
AT&T in November
T-Mobile on November 14th for $149 on a two-year contract
Verizon before November 22 for $199 on a two-year contract
UK:
EE on November 9 for £29 on a £36 per month plan
O2 in November for for £29 on a £36 per month plan
Three in November for for £30 on a £29 per month plan
Vodafone at some point
Australia:
"Coming Soon"
November 5 via MobiCity for AU$649 outright

Samsung ATIV S

 

The ATIV S is Samsung's Galaxy S III-inspired Windows Phone, and like you would expect it's a real flagship contender and also the largest WP8 device available. Like the GS3, a 720p, 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD panel is present on the device, and is complemented by an 8-megapixel rear camera. There's also the usual 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor on the inside, plus 1 GB of RAM, up to 32 GB of storage and a microSD card slot.
Also, for once Samsung has opted to use a brushed aluminium exterior on the ATIV S as opposed to plastic like their Android range, which should greatly improve the feel of the device. The included battery is also reasonably large at 2300 mAh, although there is no wireless charging option available like the Lumia 920.
The Samsung ATIV S official website
Availability and Pricing
United States:
Possibly coming to Verizon in December as the ATIV Odyssey
UK:
O2 in November for free on a £36 per month plan
Australia:
Optus in December


Monday, October 29, 2012

Quick Enjoyment for A New Era of PCs

With the development of science and technology, we also should keep pace with the times that the PCs also come in a new era. Today, we are going to ahve a quick start with the chief delegates of PCs.
According to a research, we found that the 4 following are the newest and most popular ones.
Top1: Samsung ATIV Smart PC
Have fun with it as a tablet. Get down to business with it as a laptop. Whatever you need, the Samsung ATIV Smart PC puts it all at your fingertips. 
Price:  $649.99–749.00
Features:
1. Magnetic appeal 
Just set it on the magnetic base and you have all the capabilities of a laptop right in front of you.
2. Movie marathon
With the Samsung ATIV Smart PC, you can watch 8 straight hours of video on a single charge.
3. Creativity unleashed
Get creative with the S-pen to make notes, draw, and edit pictures, all on your tablet.


Top2: Dell XPS Duo 12
 Price: $1,199.00
Features:
1. Powerful and portable 
enjoy the convenience of a fully connected and media-savvy tablet
2. Bright and light
The pristine 12.5-inch Full HD display panel with durable Corning Gorilla Glass
3. Touch and type
Easily transition from keyboard to touchscreen input



Thursday, October 25, 2012

Why and How to Reset Windows 7 Password Periodically?


For an enterprise, to prevent data leak or other security issue, workers may be required to change windows login password at a fixed date. For a local user, a regular windows 7 password reset can save users from being hacked.
If you are busy, you may forget to change windows password, thus three methods are provided to schedule windows 7 password reset task.
Method 1 Set Maximum Password Age
Step 1: Enable Password Expiration
1. Right click Computer, and choose Management. In Computer Management window, locate to Local Users and Groups Manager.
2. In the left pane, click on Users, then double click on the name of the user account that you want to enable password expiration for.
3. Uncheck the Password never expires box, then click on OK.
Step 2: Set Maximum Password Age
1. Open the Start menu, and type secpol.msc in the search box to open the Local Security Policy editor.
2. In the left pane, expand Account Policies, and click on Password Policy.
3. In the right pane, double click on Maximum password age, and enter a number
Method 2 Use Windows Task Scheduler
1. Open the Task Scheduler window.
Open Control Panel and choose System and Security. Then select Administrative Tools and, finally, Task Scheduler. 2. Create Task.
Click Create Task in the right Actions side. The Create Task dialog box appears. 3. Type a name and a description for the task in General tab.
For example, Name: reset password. Description: Remind you to change password every month. 4. Click the Triggers tab, followed by the New button. In New Trigger window, select monthly, select all months and specify a date, OK.
5. Click the Actions tab, followed by the New button. The Action button menu displays.
6. From the Action button menu, choose Display a Message. Fill in the title and message. OK.
For example, Title: reset password, Message: change user account password. 7. Make more supplemental settings in Conditions and Settings tab.
8. Click OK to create the task. The completed task will appear in the list of task scheduler library.
To test your task, select the task, choose Run from the Actions side. Click OK to close the pop-up message.
Method 3 Adopt time management software
There are many third-party time management tools and event reminders on the internet, including Foxmail.
Install one of them, edit the message “change windows 7 password” and specify the notification date in the program.
With either one of above three methods, you can reset Windows 7 password at a regular time interval.
Additional knowledge
In case you forgot Windows password, it is better to create a windows password reset disk right now.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Windows 7 Password: All You Need to Know for Better Computer Life


Everyone knows a Windows 7 password can keep your important and private data secure by stopping the unauthorized viewers. But there is something that you may still not know about this password. Here're things you need to know for better computer life if you have little computer knowledge.
Types of Windows 7 password
If you have ever created a new user account on your computer, you should know that Windows 7 has three types of user accounts with different privileges: administrator, stand user and guest. So your Windows 7 password also has 3 types: administrator password, standard user password and guest password. Whether you want to download or install a new program, or change other settings affecting the computer, an administrator password is required.
Change Windows 7 password
Changing Windows 7 password on a regular basis is highly recommended for security concerns. To do this job, just go to Start -> Control Panel -> Family Safety and User Account -> User Account, next you'll find the link for changing your password. The old password of the user account you want to change password for is required to set a new password. If you forget the old password, you still can rest it to a new one by using an admin account on the same computer.
Windows 7 password reset Disk
Today we have too many passwords to keep track of, like Gmail password, Paypal password, credit card password, etc. So it's not surprising if you want to reset password Windows 7 one day. However you can avoid this problem by creating a password reset in advance through the Windows built-in feature. With this password reset disk, you can change a lost Windows 7 password to a new one when you are locked of PC. To make such a disk, just go to Start -> Control Panel -> Family Safety and User Account -> User Account, next you'll find the Create a password reset disk on the left pane.
Forgot Windows 7 password
Though Windows 7 comes with ability for creating a password reset disk, few people make full use of this feature and create such a disk ahead of forgetting their passwords. What you feel lucky is that there're so many third-party Windows 7 password reset applications for resetting forgotten Windows login password to Windows. Password Unlocker Bundle is a good example. This program gives you an easy and instant way to create a bootable password reset disk with CD/DVD or USB drive to reset your forgotten password and access your PC again. 100% password reset is guaranteed. In addition, this bundle also allows you to reset passwords for Office 2010/2007 word/excel/ppt files, RAR/ZIP archives, PDF files, MS SQL server, etc.
Dos and Don'ts for Windows 7 password
1. Make a strong yet easy-to-remember Windows 7 password.
2. Create a password hint and password reset disk to avoid troubles caused by a forgotten Windows password in future.
3. Reset Windows 7 password on a regular basis.
4. Don't use your Windows 7 password everywhere.
5. Don't tell others your password or write it on a sticky note

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Sheral354's List of Top Ten Methods for Windows Password Recovery

Sheral354's List of Top Ten Methods for Windows Password Recovery

How to Remove a Password in MS Office?

Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010 have a featured called encryption that allows you to password protect MS Office documents, such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access files. If you decide that having a password on the file is no longer important, you can easily remove the password from the document. This allows anyone to open it. It also lets you open it without having to type your password. If you've forgotten your document's password, you will not be able to remove it. Microsoft cannot recover Office password, according to the company website.
Remove MS Office 2007 Password
1. Click on the Office 2007 document and type your password to unlock it. Click on the "Microsoft Office" button in the upper-left corner of the document to open the MS Office file menu.
2. Hover your pointer over "Prepare," and then select "Encrypt Document."
3. Double-click in the password text box to highlight the password. Press "Delete" or "Backspace" to remove the password from the Office document. Click "OK."
Remove MS Office 2010 Password
1. Click on your document and type your password to open it. Click on "File" and select "Info."
2. Click on "Protect Document," and then click on "Encrypt with Password." The password box will appear.
3. Highlight the password and remove it. Click "OK" to save the changes.
If necessary, it is advised to use an Office password recovery tool to remove a password on MS Office. Office Password Unlocker is such a kind tool which can help you recover lost password from a variety of MS Office files, including Word Document (*.doc, *.docx), Excel Worksheets (*.xls,*.xlsx), PowerPoint Presentation (*.pptx) and Access Database (*.accdb). Incorporating advanced and unique techniques, this reliable application enables you to enjoy easy, safe and fast Office password recovery with 3 efficient recovery attacks.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

How to Make Office 2007 More Compatible?

Microsoft Office has so many users that its file formats have become de facto standards. Even alternate operating systems and applications have had to humbly adopt the competitor's format. So I still get annoyed, even two years after its release, that Office 2007 "upgraded" formats and broke this standard. Even now, you'll still run into situations where clients or coworkers don't have the latest version of Office or a patch for an old one. They won't be able to open your documents or import them into an incompatible application. Here's how to set the default file format back to that standard.
In Word 2007, click the circular Office Button in the upper-left, and press Word Options. Click Save, and use the pop-up menu to set the format to Word 97-2003 Document. That switches from the dreaded .docx format to the older, more compatible .doc style.
The process is similar in Excel 2007. Click the Office Button, and press Excel Options. Choose Save. Pick Excel 97-2003 Workbook as the default format in the first pop-up menu.
And in PowerPoint 2007, follow the same path. Click the Office Button, pick PowerPoint Options, click Save, and choose PowerPoint Presentation 97-2003.
Microsoft needed these formats to create some of the newest Office additions, such as copy-protecting files. But most people won't notice the loss of those Office 2007 features, and you'll be able to share work with nearly anyone, regardless of OS or office suite software.
Further more, as you are an Office 2007 user, make sure you have known the way hwo to set, modify, remove your password on MS Excel, Word, PPT, Access, which can prevent you from data lost or let-out delemma. As to recover Office password, you'd better download a password recovery tool, which is a portable and efficient solution. Office Password Unlocker is an 4 ine one Office password recovery tool which can recover password for Excel/Word/PPT/Access from MS Office 97 to 2010. The advanced search algorithm enables you to recover Office password faster than most similar programs. What's more, multiple-core processors can accelerate the password recovery speed significantly.

Sunday, July 22, 2012

How to Protect My Excel Spreadsheets with a Password?

Microsoft Word has several different ways to protect a document depending on the needs of the user. A creator of a document can password protect a document, set permissions or require other users to have a digital certificate to access the document.
For Microsoft Word documents (Word 2000 and newer), you can choose a higher level of security when saving a file. Rather than simply clicking "Save", click File, then Save As and follow these steps:
Step 1: Click on Tools in the upper right corner of the file save dialog box
Step 2: Click on Security Options
Step 3: The Security Options box provides a variety of options:
a. You can enter a password in the box next to Password to open if you wish the file to be completely inaccessible without the password
b. You can enter a password in the box next to Password to modify if it is OK for others to open the file, but you want to restrict who can make changes to the file
Step 4: The bottom of the Security Options box also provides some choices to protect the privacy of the document:
a. Remove personal information from file properties on save
b. Warn before printing, saving or sending a file that contains tracked changes or comments
c. Store random number to improve merge accuracy
Step 5: Click on OK to close the Security Options box
Step 6: Select a name for your file and click Save
However, we can not open the Word documents anymroe with the password forgotten or lost, then what to do? If you are using MS Word 2007, how to open or recover Word 2007 password? Is there any efficient tool for you to solveWord 2007 password recovery issue? Of course, you can download a tool to recover the password for your Word file, like Word Password Unlocker, which is efficient with advanced SSE and GPU tech.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

What Have You Know about MS Office 2013?

Microsoft on June 16 announced a new Office that the enterprise software giant has give a final, official name. The business productivity application suite, which the news media are calling either Office 2013 or Office 15 until Microsoft lays down the final branding, comes with a host of improvements designed to make the software more cloud- and mobile-friendly.
When Will Office 2013 Launch?
Microsoft is not saying when Office 2013 and the Office 365 companion products will launch. But given that the new Office is called Office 2013, it's a good bet that we won't see the new software suite until next year. Microsoft released Office 2010, the most recent version of the productivity suite, in June 2010, seven months after the initial beta release.
How Much Will Office 2013 Cost?
Since Microsoft isn't discussing pricing yet, we don't know how much the company hopes to charge Office 365 Home Premium subscribers. Microsoft charged $150 for Office 2010 Home and Student Edition, so that's probably a good ballpark figure for the amount that non-365 users will pay for the boxed versions.
Will Android and iOS Apps Be Available?
We've heard some rumblings indicating that native iOS apps (and possibly Android apps) will be available as part of the new Office 365 subscriptions when Office 2013 launches. Windows-focused blogger Paul Thurrott reports that Android and iOS apps may even count against the five installs for Office 365 users. Microsoft already offers OneNote for iOS and Android devices. Rumors about Office for the iPad have been circulating for some time.
As most of users, we still use ms Office 2010 or its previous editons. No matter when MS Office 2013 will be released, ms office users need to confront with the trouble what should we do to recover Office password. For preventing prying eyes, we would like to password protected the ms Excel worksheet. When putting the password in, the computer gives a hint that the password is wrong. How to recover Excel password? How to open the excel worksheet without much effort? We are looking forward to MS Office 2013 which may gives a big surprise for the password protection.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Four Steps to Recover Office 2007 Password More Efficiently

Have you forgotten your Excel spreadsheets password? Or has someone left your company and not tell you the password of an important word document? Are you ready to find software to recover office 2007 password right now? Wait a minute; you should obey certain subsequences to optimize Office password recovery.
Step 1: Determine the protection way of the file
Before starting to recover Office password, you should know the password type of your encrypted office file, thus you would find a workable solution.
MS office password has following types: Password to open, Password to modify, Document or Sheet or Workbook Protection Password, and VBA Modules, to determine how is your office document is protected, please refer to The differences of password protections ways in Microsoft office 2007 and other posts.
Step 2: Estimate password recovery time
If the password must be cracked by software, you should learn to figure out approximate password recovery time by Online Password Calculator. Consider the recovery time you could afford, and decide whether to recover Office 2007 password or not. By doing this, you won't waste your precious time to recover password for a not so valuable file.
Step 3: Select a powerful office password recovery tool
If you decide to retrieve password to open office document by software, Office Password Unlocker is highly recommended for Office password recovery, which is developed to recover passwords for MS Word/ Excel 2007/2003/2000/97 and PPT/Access 2007. It provides three types of password attack: brute-force attack, brute-force attack with mask, and dictionary attack. You can choose either attack according to your situation to effectively recover office 2007 password.
It also allows you to quicken running process by using multiple-core processors, which can accelerate the password recovery speed significantly.
Step 4: Start password recovery
Click Open to import the encrypted office document into Office Password Unlocker, choose an attack type, make proper settings, and then begin recovering password. The smaller the limited range of the password is, the faster you will get the correct password. But do not set it wrongly; otherwise, you will not gain the password.

Monday, July 9, 2012

How do I Recover Files That I have Deleted?

Question: How do I Recover Files That I've Deleted? As long as Windows allows files to be deleted, we'll need to find ways to recover them. A time machine is probably not a viable solution to undo an accidental file deletion so we're left with finding some way to recover the file.
Believe it or not, it's not hard to recover a file that you've deleted, even one from a media card or USB drive and even one from your hard drive after emptying the Recycle Bin.
Answer: The best way to recover a file is to use a free file recovery program.
We all delete files we wish we wouldn't have and in most cases, the only way to get them back is to recover them using a file recovery program.
Many programs exist that recover files, several of which try to charge you for this "magic" service. Let me assure you, no wizard is necessary to recover a deleted file. You can recover a file, for free, all by yourself, with a freeware file recovery program.
I keep an updated list of programs that recover files in my List of the Best Free File Recovery Programs. Any of these completely free programs will recover (or "undelete") any kind of file you might have deleted.
Note: You do not need to have any of these programs installed before you delete the file, which is great news. You can install one of these programs, perform the scan of your system, and recover any files that haven't been overwritten by other data.
Important: You can greatly increase the chance that a file recovery program can recover your file by minimizing your computer use as soon as you realize that you need to recover something. The more data your computer saves to your hard drive (or other storage device), the greater the possibility that the area of the drive that is still storing your file will be overwritten. If that happens, your file will be lost forever.
So if you've deleted a file and you've found this article in an attempt to find a way to recover it, check out that list of file recovery programs right now, choose one, download and install it, and have it scan your computer for all recoverable files. If you're lucky, your file will be in good shape and able to be completely recovered.
It seems to be an easy thing to do your file or data recovery on your own. But if you have created a Word or Excel password, it is not easy to recover Word password or recover Excel password. As it happens, the best way is to take an Word or Excel password recovery tool to solve the problem, like Office Password Unlocker, which supports to recover password for MS Word, Excel, PPT, Access with 3 types of attacks.