Thursday, 19 June 2014

Lost Your Windows 8 PC Password? Three Ways can Solve Your problem!

Because of Win 8 has many advantages over Win 7 more and more customers turn to Win 8.But in order to protect the data in computers, users have to set up some fairly complex passwords. When they come back after a long trip only to find that they lost the password. It’s frustrated that they can't log in though they tried many times. Now I will introduce three ways to deal with their trouble.

Method 1: Crack Windows 8 password with picture password or PIN.

Customers who use Windows 8 can create a picture password or PIN besides traditional text passwords. Thus even if you forgot your windows 8 text passwords, you can log on to your PC with the picture password or pin. Detailed steps are as follows:

Step 1: Start your locked PC and select the targeted user account.

Step 2: Choose picture password or PIN to access Windows 8

Step 3: Change your user password in “Control Panel”.

This method requires that you have created a picture password or pin before forgetting your text password .If not, you can’t log in.

Method 2: Reset Your Windows 8 Password with Password Reset Disk

Step 1: Start your computer and log Windows 8. When typing an incorrect password, you will be reminded. Insert your password reset disk in the PC and then click “Reset password”.

Step 2: When the Password Reset Wizard appears, click “Next” to continue.

Step 3: Select your target disk and click “Next”.

Step 4: Input a new password and type the password hint (optional), click “Next”.

Step 5: Click “Finish”, and you can log in with the new password.

Method 3: Windows 8 password recovery Tool- Windows Password Key

Step 1:Download a free demo version of Windows Password Key on any PC you have access to.

Step 2:Run the downloaded file to install Windows Password Key .

Step 3:Burn a boot-able CD/DVD or USB Flash Drive with Windows Password Key.

Step 4: Recover Windows 8 Password with the burned CD/DVD or USB Flash Drive on your locked PC.

If you don't have other accounts and haven’t created a reset disk in advance, you’d better to choose the third way to crack your password. If you have any questions about using Windows password key, you can visit the following website: