Windows Operating System Password Reset The digital age is here, and your computer is closely tied to your career and daily life. Many people will say their life is totally blank without a computer. How would you feel when you encounter situations when a close friend or family member has made a big mess with your computer and changed your Windows admin password? That one is a real bad scenario. Maybe you bought a secondhand computer from the swap meet that is password-protected, and you can't gain access to that discounted laptop and download the software you need. Are you feeling frustrated by reading about this digital hell? Well, frustration is not the best response. The first thing you should do is not to panic and find an effective way to get back your lost Windows password and regain access to your computer. It is time to try Windows Password Unlocked, which is one of the most popular Windows password recovery tools on the market. Instead of cracking your lost Windows login password, this program allows you to create a password reset disk to reset the lost password to whatever is easiest for you to remember. It supports instant password recovery and guarantees a 100% recovery rate. Before starting password recovery by using this application, please learn your computer's operating system, the type of your lost password, and then choose the right version of Windows Password Unlocked to reset forgotten login information on Windows. Please note there are 3 editions: Standard, Professional, and Enterprise. If your computer's operating system is Windows 7/Vista/XP, or it is a Windows 2008/2003/2000 machine without a domain controller, the Professional edition will be your best solution. You can follow a list of 9 steps below. Step 1. Download Windows Password Unlocked from its official site in any available unlocked computer. After that install and run this program. Step 2. Insert a CD/DVD or USB flash drive in an unlocked computer. Step 3. Select Local Account and your target CD/DVD or USB flash drive, and then click Burn to create a password reset disk. Step 4. When the burning task completes, remove your CD/DVD /USB drive and insert it in your locked computer. Step 5. Set BIOS for your locked computer to boot from CD/DVD or USB. And you'll see it under Win PE with all the user accounts on your computer displayed on the screen. Step 6. Select your target user account, and click the Reset button to remove its password. Step 7. Click yes to confirm and continue your operation. Step 8. Click OK when this message pops out that your password has been successfully reset. Your computer will restart automatically. Step 9. Select your target user account name and log on to it without a password when the Windows logon screen appears. Note: Windows Password Unlocked Standard edition only allows you to burn a password reset CD/DVD while the Enterprise version enables you to burn a password reset CD/DVD Or USB flash drive to bypass lost Windows passwords. If your Windows operating system is Windows server 2008(R2)/2003(R2)/2000 and it acts as a domain controller, Windows Password Unlocked Enterprise edition is a good helper for you. It has additional features available, which play a stronger role than the Standard and Professional editions. Now, do you feel better?