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How to Bypass Windows 10 Password

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If you have lost or forgot your Windows 10 password to login to Windows, then this article will show you how to bypass Windows 10 password so that you can sign back to your computer. There’re a lot of ways to go about doing this, however, this is real the easy way to reset or clear the forgotten Windows password.

While strong account password is important and recommended for Windows user, however, keeping track of it becomes difficult for every single person. When you attempt to boot your Windows computer, you only discover that you’ve been locked out of Windows 10 login screen by a password you’ve forgotten. Okay, don’t too worry, the fix is here!

How to Bypass Windows 10 Password?


Let’s get started from the login screen locked out of Windows 10 because of the forgotten password. I’m gonna show you how you can reset admin password on Windows 10 with iSunshare Windows 10 password genius. It will remove and reset Windows local administrator and user password for Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, NT with 3 simple steps. You need a computer to create a Windows password reset disk to actually boot, then boot the locked computer and reset the Windows 10 password.

Step 1. Get iSunshare Windows 10 Password Genius

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iSunshare Windows Password Genius is a Windows password reset software that will directly remove forgotten local account, as well as Microsoft account password for Windows 10 logon. Then when computer reboots, login password would be removed.

Let’s get started with Windows 10 password resetting by downloading Windows Password Genius and installing ti an available computer.

Step 2. Run it to create a bootable CD (USB) for Windows 10 computer

  1. Run iSunshare Windows Password Genius, choose USB device or CD/DVD as the media type to burn the password reset disk.
  2. Plug USB flash drive or just insert CD to the CD-ROM.
  3. Select inserted device from drop-down list and click Begin burning button.
  4. When you see the Burning Successfully message pop up, click OK to finish creating Windows 10 bootable USB or disk.

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Step 3. Boot the locked Windows 10 computer from bootable USB or disk

Then, in the following steps, let me reboot the system and I’ll show you what we’re gonna do to boot the locked computer from USB password reset disk or CD/DVD password reset disk.

Insert the bootable USB or CD/DVD disk with the Windows 10 password reset to your locked computer, and start or restart the locked computer. When the vendor logo appears on screen, press the BOOT Menu Key (F12 or F10 sometimes) repeatedly until Boot Option Menu appears.

Then you can see here you’re go to boot by using CD-ROM or the removable device like USB flash drive. Choose USB flash drive or CD-ROM by moving up and moving down the cursor keys.

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Step 4. Reset admin Windows 10 password without password

When you successful boot from the disk with Windows 10 password reset, you can see the software you’re going to use. After pushing enter, you can see iSunshare Password Genius starts to load up on locked computer. OK, so now we can see the reset Windows password wizard window as below.

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  1. Choose the local user account (administrator) or Microsoft account you want to bypass without password.
  2. After selecting, click “Reset Password” button.
  3. A new dialog pops-up asking you “Do you want to see this user password to blank?
  4. Click Yes to confirm password removing.

To create a new account, just click “Add User” button to add a new local account to your computer.

Step 5. Reboot computer and bypass Windows 10 password

Now, click “Reboot” button and then “OK” to reboot the system. Here you should remove the USB flash drive or CD once you reboot.

The system will start to boot up, and it should log straight into Windows without the password because we’ve removed the password from that accounts.

Go to the desktop, if you take a quick at control panel, go to the User Accounts, you can see there’s no password here. It’s been removed.