If you forgot your Microsoft account password, there are a few ways you can recover it. First, try resetting your password online. Go to the Microsoft account password reset page and enter your email address, phone number, or Skype ID. Then follow the instructions to reset your password.If you can't reset your password online, Microsoft recommends that you contact your local support team.If you're using a local account, you can reset your password by going to the sign-in screen and selecting I forgot my password. Follow the instructions to reset your password.If you're having trouble resetting your password or you don't have a recovery email address or phone number associated with your account, you can try to reset your password by answering security questions. To do this, go to the Microsoft account security questions page and enter your email address. Microsoft will send you a security code to your alternate email address. Enter the code and then answer your security questions.If you're still having trouble resetting your password, Microsoft has a troubleshooter that can help you.If you're using two-factor authentication, you'll need to generate a one-time code to sign in. To do this, go to the Two-factor authentication page and select Get a code. Microsoft will send a code to your alternate email address. Enter the code and then follow the instructions to sign in.If you're still having trouble signing in, you can contact Microsoft support.