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How to Reset Windows 10 Password When Locked Out of Computer

Do you have the experience of forgetting Windows 10 log-on password and being locked out of your computer? It's really a dreadful thing, isn't it? 

Especially when you have important files saved in the computer. What should you do in this situation? Take it easy. This article will show you how to reset Windows 10 password when you're locked out of your computer.

How to Reset Windows 10 Password When Locked Out of Computer

Notes: If you are using a Microsoft account to log on to Windows 10, you just need to reset your password online at account.live.com/resetpassword.aspx. 

But if you are using a local account, you have to reset your password by the following steps. The steps will help you reset your Windows 10 password easily without any data loss and then unlock your computer.

What you need:

  1. Any working computer with internet access
  2. A removable media such as a USB flash disk or CD/DVD flash drive

Step 1: Get the iSumsoft Windows Password Refixer software

Tips: iSumsoft Windows Password Refixer is a safe and useful Windows password recovery tool that can reset Windows password on any computer.

Install the iSumsoft Windows Password Refixer software on any working computer. Of course, you have to first download it online. Once you have it installed on that computer, launch it.

Step 2: Create a password reset disk

Once you have the software launched, follow the on-screen instructions to burn it to a USB/CD flash drive. This will create a Windows password reset disk. For example, you can choose USB device, then insert a USB flash disk into that computer, and note the USB drive name and then click Begin burning. Don't remove the USB flash disk from that computer until Burning Successfully pops up.

Step 3: Make your locked computer boot from the password reset disk

Insert the password reset disk you just created in Step 2 to your locked Windows 10 computer. Start/restart the computer and keeping pressing the Boot Menu key to enter the Boot Menu. After the Boot Menu appears, select your removable flash disk (USB or CD flash drive) and press Enter key so that your computer will boot from the password reset disk.

Step 4: Reset Windows 10 password

After your locked computer boots from the password reset disk (USB or CD flash drive), iSumsoft Windows Password Refixer will display on your computer's screen. 

You just need to confirm your Windows 10 on the screen, select the user account you need to reset password for, and then click the Reset Password button. It will ask if you want to reset the user's password, just need to click Yes to agree so that your password will be reset at once.

Notes: This software supports both local account and Microsoft account in Windows 10. It can reset local account password to empty and reset Microsoft account password to a new default one. In addition, you can create a new local admin account for your Windows 10 by clicking the Add User button, if you want.

Step 5: Restart your computer and Log on

Once your Windows 10 password is reset successfully, now you have to restarts your computer. To restart your computer, just need to click the Reboot button. 

When it asks if you want to reboot, just click Yes and remove the password reset disk from your computer as quickly as you can so that your computer will restart. This time it will restart normally and you can then log on to Windows 10 without password or with the new password if you are using a Microsoft account.

That's it. Each step is very easy and clear. If you are interested in this software, visit this page: https://www.isumsoft.com/windows-password-refixer/. If you don't quite understand how to make your computer boot from a USB or CD flash disk in Step 3, refer to this post to get more details.

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