As everybody knows, users can keep their computers more secure by changing the computer login password on a regular password after adding a strong password. So here will talk about how to change password in Windows 7/Vista/XP. But before starting the topic, I strongly advise you to create a password reset disk for your user account if you haven’t done the job yet as many users forgot Windows password without any preventive measures.
Now let’s return to our topic. In my regard, the simplest way to change a Windows user password is to use Ctrl+Alt+Del. Log on to your target user account, press Ctrl+Alt+Del, select change password and then click Change a password. Next you can complete the operation by typing your old password, typing new password twice, and then pressing ENTE. Please this method is only applied to Windows 7 and Vista, but not Windows XP.
Another good alternative is to open the User Account window by clicking Start – Control Panel – Family Safety and User Accounts – User Accounts, click on “change your password” link to change your current Windows password. You can follow these steps in Windows 7/Vista/XP.
Aside from the methods motioned above, you can also use “lusrmgr.msc” to work around this problem. It is often adopted to change a forgotten Windows password trough another administrator account. Log on to an accessible admin account, open Local Users and Groups by clicking the Start button, typing lusrmgr.msc into the Search box, and then pressing ENTER. Double-click Local Users and Groups, and then click Users to display all the user accounts on the computer and right-click the account that you need to reset the password for, and then click Set Password to change your password. A good advantage of this method is that any existing knowledge about the forgotten password is required.
If you are in need of changing your forgotten password in Windows without an accessible administrator password, the best option is to find a good Windows password recovery tool like Windows Password Breaker, which enables you to instantly change a forgotten Windows password to blank in a few minutes with a CD/DVD or USB flash drive.