Forgot my computer logon password, how to reset?

Question: Forgot my computer logon password, what should I do to reset Windows password and get back in computer?
I use Windows 7 and there’s no way that I can remember my password to log on to administrator on my computer. There’s no guest account, either. So the only way for me to use my computer again would be deleting the password or being able to get it back?

I’ve read that if when I turn my computer on before it boots up, I can press f8 or f11 or something like it to start it in safe mode. And then I will be able to reset the password without having to put the old password. But I failed to enter safe mode as it prompts for password. I have no idea about the password.
Note: I tried downloading that Ophcrack program but it didn’t work.

The problem stated above is from Yahoo answer. In daily life, have you ever come across a similar problem? If so, please have a look at the following solution to this problem.

Solution: In safe mode, you can reset the forgotten Windows password without learning the original password. But the presupposition is that you are able to enter safe mode with an administrator account. If you don’t have another administrator account, you cannot enter the safe mode and reset your forgotten Windows password. But you can use Windows Password Breaker Professional to reset your forgotten Windows login password.

With Windows Password Breaker Professional, you are able to burn a Windows password recovery disk CD/DVD or USB flash drive in seconds. And then you can use the disk to reset your forgotten Windows password in 3 simple steps.

The overall steps are as follow:
Step 1: Download Window Password Breaker Professional in any computer with any OS.
Step 2: Burn a boot-able CD/DVD or USB flash drive with the program.
Step 3: Set BIOS to boot from CD/DVD or USB.
Step 4: Windows 7 password reset under Windows DOS with the disk.

Please note you cannot reset a lost or forgotten Windows password with a guest account. It only allows people to use your computer without having access to your personal files.

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