I was in the same situation as you’re now. You’re searching for a Windows 7 reset password program and that can only mean one thing: you’ve forgotten your Windows password. Not to worry, this happens to most people at least a few times. There’s no way one can remember all the credentials he’s using on his computer, phone and every digital device that became part of our lives. On top of that usually each of the major sites / applications have special requirements when it comes to creating so-called secure passwords, like have at least one capital letter in it, add a few numbers or special characters. To be honest these only protect you against someone who tries to guess your password but nevertheless software vendors try to force rules on you so they look more trustworthy in customers’ eyes.
So, now that you’re locked out of your system there are a few routes you can take:
• use some memory techniques and try to remember your password
• if you’re not the Administrator maybe you can ask him to reset your credentials
• if you’re lucky enough that you’re still logged on while you realized you don’t know your pass, you still have time to change it and when you try to login next, you can use the new one
• reinstall your Windows operating system from scratch (this is the most time and energy consuming not to mention that even if you manage to backup most of your data, I’m 100% sure you’ll miss one or two things and you’ll only realize what’s missing when it’s too late!)
• use an assistant software that will help you easily and painlessly reset your password even when you’re already locked out
When I was in your shoes and looked for a Windows 7 reset password program I ran into a few of these and had to select one to use. First of all, I’m not sure how secure are these software. I’m not a nerd, don’t know about computer security too much but I can tell you that if a software requires you to be connected to the internet while it operates then it’s a potential hazard. I wouldn’t trust a software to recover one of my most precious credentials while there’s a chance it will send back data who-knows-where over the internet. So you need something that operates even when you’re offline and in the middle of a desert for example.
Next, you have to make sure the Windows 7 reset password software you’ll work with supports CD or DVD and USB installations. You’ll have to boot your computer from a special disk in order for the program to interact with your Windows 7 installation and some netbooks don’t even have DVD drives.
For these and other reasons my choice was to go with Windows Password Resetter (official website www.passwordresetter.com) because it has all the features listed above and comes with a full 60 days money back guarantee. Also comes with a detailed guide and tutorial videos, not that it’s hard to use, but good to have these just in case. The whole process takes a couple of minutes tops so start now and you’ll regain access to your desktop in less than five minutes!