Lost access to your computer because of a wrong login password? If you still use system reinstall to resolve this issue, you are out of date. The most disappointment of reinstalling system is that you would lose all files on your computer. Wanna suffer this? Of course not.
I didn’t realize I could use a Windows password reset tool until I came across Windows Password Key. It is a small software application designed specifically for helping you reset lost Windows administrator and user passwords by creating password recovery CDs/DVDs or USBs. And the thing that impresses me most is that it is user-friendly.
Wizard-like Interface Acts like a Considerate Guide
The first time you install and launch Windows Password Key, you will find the beauty of the interface lies in its clear display and simplicity. That is to say, you will see clearly what you need to do at the first, second or third step, even without reading the tutorial. I have ever used other programs, some of which were complicated to handle. And many times I ended in giving up. You know I am not a computer expert, with much computing and programming knowledge. So Windows Password Key really makes me satisfied.
How to Use
You only need 3 steps to complete the whole recovery process: download and install-burn a disk-recover password. This is how I did it:
My computer is HP, Windows 8.1. The installation was quite quick and straightforward, not forcing you into installing any junk toolbars or third-party programs. Once done, I inserted a blank USB into the computer and started to burn a bootable disk. Then I followed the instruction to enter BIOS and set the first boot priority to be USB. When I rebooted the computer, I went to the password reset interface. The whole password recovery process went more than smoothly.
Windows Password Key has 3 editions: standard, professional and enterprise. Although the standard version has little limits, compared to the professional and enterprise version, you can choose the right one according to your practical situation. The standard version is so cost-efficient, selling at a price of $19.95. If you don’t require it to work with USB drive, you can have this version to try. For those who only have USB, professional or enterprise edition is a better choice.
All in all, I think Windows Password Key is a great tool to reset password for Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7 XP, and Vista. I would like to give it 5 star ratings.