How to Change Windows 8 Password for Local Account and Microsoft Account

In this tutorial we'll show you how to change Windows 8 password for both local account and Microsoft account.

A password is a secret word or phrase that is used to authenticate a user on a computer system. Passwords are typically used in conjuncture with a username; they are designed to verify the identity of the user. In most cases, a password is required to log into a computer system or perform certain tasks.

There are two types of passwords that can be used on a Windows 8 computer: a local account password and a Microsoft account password. A local account password is specific to the computer that you are using and is not synced with any other devices or computers. A Microsoft account password, on the other hand, is synced across all of your Microsoft devices and can be used to log into any Microsoft services.

If you forget your local account password, there are a few ways that you can reset it. One way is to use a password reset disk. A password reset disk is a physical disk that you create before you forget your password. To create a password reset disk, you must have a USB drive that is at least 256 MB in size.

Once you have created the password reset disk, you can use it to reset your password by following these steps:

1. Insert the password reset disk into the USB drive.

2. Click on the Start button and then click on Control Panel.

3. In the Control Panel, click on User Accounts and Family Safety.

4. Under User Accounts, click on User Accounts.

5. In the User Accounts window, click on Change your password.

6. Enter your current password and then enter your new password twice.

7. Click on the Change Password button.

If you do not have a password reset disk, you can still reset your password by using the command prompt. To do this, you will need to have access to another account on the computer that has administrator privileges. Once you have access to an administrator account, follow these steps:

1. Click on the Start button and then type cmd into the Search box.

2. Right-click on cmd.exe and then click on Run as administrator.

3. In the command prompt, type net user and then press Enter.

4. Type net user username password and then press Enter. (Be sure to replace username with your actual username and password with your new password.)

5. Close the command prompt and then try logging into your account with the new password.

If you forget your Microsoft account password, you can reset it by going to the Microsoft account password reset page. To reset your password, you will need to enter the email address, phone number, or Skype name associated with your Microsoft account. Once you have entered the required information, you will be able to choose how you would like to receive your security code. After you have received the security code, you can enter it on the next page and then create a new password.

If you are still having trouble resetting your password, you can contact Microsoft support for help.

The best way to avoid forgetting your password is to use a password manager. A password manager is a program that helps you to create and manage strong passwords. Many password managers also have features that can help you to recover your passwords if you forget them.

One of the best password managers is LastPass. LastPass is a free program that is available for all major browsers and devices. LastPass can generate strong passwords for you and then save them securely. You can also use LastPass to store other sensitive information, such as credit card numbers and bank account information.

If you are looking for a password manager that is specifically designed for Windows 8, you can try out Dashlane. Dashlane is a paid program that offers a free trial. Dashlane has many features that are specifically designed for Windows 8, such as the ability to log into your computer with your fingerprint.

If you are worried about forgetting your passwords, you can use Kon-Boot. Kon-Boot is a program that allows you to log into your computer without knowing your password. Kon-Boot is not free, but it is a one-time payment. Kon-Boot works by temporarily changing the way that Windows stores passwords. This means that you can log into your computer and access your files without having to enter your password. Kon-Boot is not permanent and your passwords will be restored once you reboot your computer.