It is a rare occurrence but it does happen, there are times when you forget the password for your local account on Windows and without a password reset disk, chances are that you may never access it again. A more common occurrence with Windows user accounts is when you get a computer from a relative or friend, which they haven’t used for a while; hence, they forgot its password. They gave you the computer, it’s yours, but you have no way of using it without formatting it, which may not be something you want to do. If you are in a situation where you need to access a Windows user account that is locked, I think you’ll find iSunshare Windows Password Genius an indispensable tool for achieving this task.
Recover passwords for all Windows User Accounts
What exactly are the kinds of situations this app can recover a password? You can recover passwords for forgotten:
- Administrator/ user accounts
- Microsoft account password
- Domain administrator/ user
Therefore, essentially any Windows account.
Support for Most Windows Operating Systems
The iSunshare Windows Password Genius application will work on all Windows NT Operating Systems. We are talking all the way from Windows 2000 to the latest version of the Windows OS – Windows 10. To be more specific, it will work with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Seven, 8, 8.1, and 10. Furthermore, it also supports the Windows Server Network Operating Systems; I mean, Windows Server 2000, 2003, 2008, 2011, 2012, and 2016. In a nutshell, if you are running a Windows-based operating system that has an account whose password is forgotten, chances are that you’ll be able to unlock that account using the iSunshare Windows Password Genius app. This Windows password recovery software also works with computers that support or are functioning under the RAID technology.
The iSunshare Windows Password Genius software has a very user-friendly and intuitive user interface. A manual is not necessary to learn how to use the software as most of the tasks you’ll be performing using it are out in the open. Resetting the password of an account is as easy as 3 Simple Steps:
- Create a password reset disk (Use a different computer since the one you’ll be resetting will be locked and therefore inaccessible)
- Boot the locked computer from the password reset disk. (For this step, it helps if you know how to adjust your computer’s booting options or how to access its boot menu). In case you are not conversant with “booting options” or “boot menu”, it means you are not as computer savvy as you should, to use this tool. It will be useful if you find out either what ‘booting options’ and ‘boot menu’ are or ask for help from a computer savvy friend.
- Reset the Windows locked account or create a new account. (the iSunshare Windows Password Genius software enables you to create a new account from within the software without necessarily logging in to windows)
I must stress that if you are not computer savvy, some things may not be so obvious to you and you may feel stuck. If you don’t feel confident enough to use the software to reset the account you need access to, then it will be beneficial to have a computer savvy friend help you out. Otherwise, the steps are very easy to follow and the software is robust since it is able to access places that require a login to access without necessarily logging in. Furthermore, there is also a Mac and Android version of the software.
The iSunshare Windows Password Genius is a necessary tool for Windows’ computer administrators, particularly Windows Server administrators since they are more likely to deal with situations where users have forgotten their passwords. Power users or computer geeks will also find this software quite useful. It is possible to use this software to hack a Windows-based computer since it allows you access to accounts whose passwords you don’t have. Please don’t use it that way. I just wanted you to know how powerful and convenient the software is. If you know you often deal with forgotten Windows account passwords or if you are a Windows administrator or if you find yourself in a situation where you need to reset a Windows user account but you’ve forgotten the password, I don’t think there is another tool that will do a better job.