There are many reasons why you can’t login to your Windows 10 computer. For example, your password may have been forgotten, or it has expired. In that case, you need to reset the password in order to sign into this computer and use it again. However, if you don’t know the original password or never set one for this device in the first place, then there’s no way for you to access Windows 10 without knowing how to bypass login screen without password.
If you have lost your Windows 10 password, then you can still reinstall the operating system without a password. To do this, follow these steps:
- Insert the Windows 10 installation disk into your computer’s CD or DVD drive and restart it.
- Select “Repair Your Computer” from the boot menu that appears onscreen (it may be called something else if you use an older version of Windows).
- Select Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > System Restore > Next > Next until you reach the last page where it says “Create A Restore Point”. Click Next again and wait for this process to complete. If there are any errors during this step then try running chkdsk /f /r from command prompt as administrator in safe mode with networking enabled instead; if there are still no errors after doing so try rebooting again into safe mode with networking enabled before proceeding further down below where we’re going next here…
Reset Password With Command Prompt
- Open the Command Prompt as an administrator.
- Type net user and enter your username, then press enter (the command prompt will show you what account you are using).
- Enter a new password for that account, then press enter again to confirm it and exit from the command prompt window when finished changing your password
There are a number of third-party tools that can be used on how to bypass Windows 10 password login. These include:
- Recovery software
- Password reset software
- Password recovery software
- Password recovery tool (a type of password reset tool)
If you have access to another computer with the same operating system installed, we recommend trying out one of these programs first before attempting anything else.
Remove Password Via Command Prompt With Hidden User Account
The first step is to create a hidden administrator account. To do this, open your Start menu and type in “cmd” (without quotes). Right-click on “Command Prompt” and then select “Run as Administrator”.
Click Yes on the User Account Control prompt that appears, then enter your computer’s local administrator password when asked for it. If you don’t know the password for your computer’s built-in administrator account, consult the manufacturer’s documentation or ask them directly for help with resetting it.
Once logged into this hidden user account, you’ll need to access its Command Prompt window if it doesn’t already appear onscreen by default when opening up CMD under Admin privileges; from here we can use commands like net user /delete * (which deletes all users except those which are considered “special”) or net localgroup administrators /add * (which adds everyone who has administrative rights)
Hopefully that this article was helpful to you. If you have any questions, or want to share some tips with them, feel free to comment below. If you want to know the latest tricks about Microsoft Windows 10, then click here.