If you type in the following keywords in your favorite search engine, "forgot Windows 7 password," there will be a plethora of articles and advice that come up. Evidently more people these days are being locked out of their computers because they simply cannot remember their passwords. As we all know, we are forced to remember a number of different passwords not only for Windows, but for other accounts like banking and credit cards. So it is no surprise that more people than ever require help in this area.
Whatever the situation, forgetting something as important as a Windows password can be devastating.
Password Resetter is a relatively new product on the market to help stranded Window users. The software is easy to find on the Web and the good news is that Windows Password Unlocker is fast. You can literally reenter your computer within minutes without a password and then reset your Windows password to something perhaps more memorable.
For those who cannot remember their Windows Passwords, here is how it works:
1. First you will download the software. Most should find that after ordering Windows Password Unlocker, it is an easy product to download as the installation process is user-friendly.
2. Next the Windows Password Unlocker will instruct you to install a CD or DVD or attach a USB flash drive so that you may burn the Windows Password Unlocker onto a disk that you can use over and over.
3. The next step is to make sure the disk or USB flash drive is installed so you can use the product. Windows Password Unlocker promises than in about 60 seconds the product will reset Windows 7 password - allowing you to then reboot your computer and then reenter it without a password.
True to Windows Password Unlocker's word, the product is very fast and easy. The user interface was simple to navigate and Windows Password Unlocker offers 24/7 customer service for those who have questions or need extra help.
Windows Password Unlocker comes in two versions - one for consumers and one for corporate customers. Evidently corporate customers are just as likely to not remember their Windows passwords as consumers.