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4 ways to log in to a laptop without a password

4 ways to log in to a laptop without a password

If you have arrived here it is probably because you have forgotten the password that gives you access to your Windows computer or laptop and because, you still do not remember it despite the clue that you created in your day, or simply did not create one.

Luckily, below you will find small tricks that you can try to be able to start a session after you have done other checks such as looking at what you did not give to the key of capitals.

Before it continues, we would like to make it clear that this tutorial is indicated for those who want to access their own computer and not that of another, since this is completely illegal.

However, if you came here with the intention of getting rid of your PC password, you should consult our tutorial on how to remove it. In this case, you must have previously logged in using this personal key.

Method 1. Use the hidden administrator account

This method is especially useful for those who have Windows 7 or earlier. If you are a Windows 10 user, you are probably using the password of your Microsoft account, in which case you will need the help that we offer in other sections.

The version of Windows 7 and some previous versions have an administrator account that is not usually visible. Using the steps below you can access your computer only if your account has not been disabled.

one. Turn on your computer or reset and press the key F8 repeatedly.

two. In the menu that appears on the screen, select the option Safe mode, or Safe Mode in Spanish.

3. Now, you can enter Administrator (with the first letter in mayscula) in the user section and leave the password box blank.

4. Once you have already logged in in safe mode, you can go to the Control Panel and select User account.

5. Finally, choose the user whose password you don't remember to reset it and change it to a new one.

Method 2. Use the Windows boot disk or USB

Those who gain access to a Windows DVD or USB bootable drive can use them to enable the administrator account that is currently disabled.

Alternatively, you can start Recovery mode. Turn on the device and, while the Windows screen is charging, press and hold the power button for four seconds to force the power off.

Then, you can turn it on again and wait for the BOOT menu with the mode option Recovery. Select this option and wait for Windows to locate possible solutions.

When this process is finished, click on the drop-down menu to see details of the problems encountered. Swipe down and select the last link. That opens a document, which for now we are not too interested.