Changing any user’s password in your computer with two simple commands.

Changing any user’s password with two simple commands.

  1. First open start menu

  1. In the search input box type “cmd”, without the quotes and press enter.

  1. The command prompt window appears.

  1. Type in the following command: “net user”. Again without the quotes. This command is to see the names of the accounts in your computer.

  1. Choose one user account. In my case I will use the admin account. Type the following: “net user admin password”.  The word after the user name is the password . In this case the word after “admin” is the password I’m changing it to.

  1. If the command was accepted it should say: “The command completed successfully”.

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