Change the passwords of other users on Windows

How to change the passwords of other users on Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP


Change the password of others on Windows it may seem a practical computer piracy or violation of privacy of some wretched.

Of course it may be that too, but it can also be the lifeline for those who have forgotten their password and do not have access to your profile and to their data without having to appeal to ahelpdesk that will surely It won’t be free.

It’s up to you to make good use of this guide on how to change the password of others on Windows. For the avoidance of doubt, please note that we DO NOT we are responsible for the use that you make or any side effects of improper use.

Now that we’ve clarified the legal end of this guide and your responsibilities in case of improper use in changing the password of others on Windows, we proceed with the tutorial.

Our guide on how to change the password of others on Windows is targeted at Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP .

As a first step you need to make sure you have according to an administrator profile active on the PC and you have the password. In the event, according to obviously the restrictions you’ve made to your PC, you can try accessing the safe mode by restarting the PC and pressing F8 at startup.

If you can’t get past this first step we suggest that you contact your dealer or our technical helpdesk contact information provided on the page Contact Us.

If you are unable to log in to the administrator account or temporary basis, to change the password of your profile on Windowswill now be very quick and easy, just follow these steps:

  • Access to the Start menu and type cmd (for Windows XP and Windows Vista you need to access the Start menu, click Run and type cmd)
  • When you open the Command Prompt (black window) you have to type net user tuonomeprofilo *
  • Now you just have to select your new password

If you can’t or don’t remember your name listing possio suggertirti a second way:

  • Access to the Start menu and type cmd (for Windows XP and Windows Vista you need to access the Start menu, click Run and type cmd)
  • When you open the Command Prompt (black window) you must type control userpasswords2
  • This will open a User Account, here you’ll need to select your profile and click below to Reset Password
  • Choose your new password and log off from the current profile or reboot to regain access to your profile

in some cases, for high or constraints for virusinfections, these steps may not be enough to recover the data, in this case we suggest that you visit our technical assistance and contact us here to request a free quote or to ask some advice more subjective.

I hope this brief tutorial was useful to you, see you soon!
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