This tip comes handy when you forget the password of your primary account but still have access to another one. For this to work you must have access to another account or the same account(logging in through either face or finger print recognition) because we are using the command prompt and not softwares.
It is as follows:
1. Open the command prompt by typing ‘cmd’ in Run or by Start -> All Programs ->
Accessories ->Command Prompt.
2. Type ‘net user’. This will show list of all accounts on
the computer. This is done only to make sure that you know the exact username
of the account of which the password has to be changed.
3. Type ‘net user (username) *’. It asks you to enter new
password.(the password you enter wont be displayed)
4. Again it prompts for comfirming
the password.Type the password again and click enter.
5. You are finished!Type
‘exit’ to close command prompt.
The password is changed without knowing the original password.Here on login to this account with the new