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How To Reset Windows 10, 8, or 8.1 If You Have Forgotten Your Password

A forgotten Windows password isn’t the end of the world. You don’t have to trash the computer, or even perform a dreaded factory restore. There are many ways to remove or reset a Windows password, but how quickly and easily it can be done depends on the situation.

Password reset methods differ between Microsoft and local Windows accounts. If you aren’t sure which type of Windows account you have, it’s simple to find out: turn on your computer and see if an email address is displayed above where you enter your password to login. If there’s an email, it’s a Microsoft account. If not, it’s a local account.

You can reset your password from another computer if you sign into Windows using your email address. To reset your password if you are using an email address, use the instructions on https://account.live.com/ResetPassword.aspx. If your Windows login is not your email address, you can use the instructions below to reset your password. This process will erase any data on your system.


The reset will take some time to complete. Make sure your system is plugged in and is not powered off during the reset.


Use the following steps to reset Windows 8 and 10:

1.    From the login screen, click the power icon in the lower right corner of the screen.
2.    While holding Shift, click Restart.

3.    Click Troubleshoot.

4.    Click Reset Your PC.

5.    Click Next.

6.    The system will reboot and begin Preparing to Reset the PC.

7.    At the Reset your PC screen, click Just remove my files.

8.    Click Reset.

 9. Your Pc will reboot it will takes time  to reset ..

 10.  Now your password is Gone!!.. Set New Settings for your Windows 8 or 10 just like a new reformat PC..

That's All!!.. :p

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