Reset Windows 10 Password Command Prompt

Reset Windows 10 Password Command Prompt
Reset Windows 10 Password Command Prompt!
To reset your password on Windows 10 using the command prompt, you will need to boot your computer from a Windows installation media and then use the net user command to reset the password. Here are the detailed steps:

Insert your Windows installation media (e.g. a DVD or USB drive) into your computer and then restart your computer.
On the "Windows setup" page, select your language, time and currency format, and keyboard or input method, and then click "Next".
Click "Repair your computer" at the bottom of the screen.
On the "Choose an option" screen, select "Troubleshoot".
On the "Troubleshoot" screen, select "Advanced options".
On the "Advanced options" screen, select "Command Prompt".
In the command prompt window, type the following command to reset your password and replace <username> with your username and <newpassword> with your new password:
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net user <username> <newpassword>
Press Enter and then type exit to close the command prompt and restart your computer.
After your computer restarts, you can use your new password to log in to Windows. Keep in mind that this method will only work if you have access to the Windows installation media and the administrator account on your computer. If you don't have access to these things, you will need to use a different method to reset your password.

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