How to Bypass Windows 8 Password?
Remove Windows 8 Password with Password Reset Disk (For Local Account)
Remove Windows 8 Password with Administrator Account (For Local Account)
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Bypass Windows 8 Password Easily and Efficiently
Now, Renee Passnow also supports reset the Microsoft Account. By changing your Microsoft Account into a local account, you can quickly regain access to your computer and data inside the account.
- Easy: No need to prepare anything or related knowledge. Just install the software and follow the instructions.
- Efficient: Renee Passnow does not guess your original Windows 8 password but remove it directly. Only a few minutes, you can regain access to your computer.
- Reliable: Do not need to seek for help from others. You can reset the password by yourself. Resetting the password will not overwrite or destroy your data or the system.
How to Bypass Windows 8 Password with Renee Passnow
Step 2: Create reset disk (bootable media).
Step 3: Restart the target computer and change the boot order in BIOS.
Insert the bootable you have created. Then change the boot order of the target PC in BIOS. If the optical drive is not first in the boot order, your PC will start “normally” (i.e. boot from your hard drive) and will not check your disc drive.
After successfully changing the boot order, please save the BIOS and reboot your PC.
You must reboot the target PC and hold a Hot key to Enter the BIOS menu.Please click here to find how to change the boot order of your computer brand.(Cannot find your brand? Please refer to your PC manual to find out the method.)
Step 4: Reset Windows Admin/Login Password.
Step 5: Select the account you want to reset password for.
If your target account is the Microsoft one, the account name may not display normally. But the displayed one will match the beginning of your account email address. When selecting Microsoft account to reset, Renee Passnow is make the account to be the local account. If you still need to reset the password for the email, please go to Microsoft.