Changing the password of any Windows userWindows
So, how can you do this?
- Open the Command Prompt (you can do this by typing “cmd” in the RUN field or you can search for it in the Start>All programs>Accessories).
- Type the following command: net users Administrator * and then press Enter. You will be asked to type the new password. You can replace the Administrator with the name of any user.
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