There are many reasons why you might want to decrypt and recover your Windows 8 PIN code and picture password. Perhaps you forgot your password and need to access your account. Maybe you're troubleshooting an issue with your computer and need to bypass the password. Or, maybe you're simply curious about how to do it.Whatever the reason, there are a few different ways to decrypt and recover your Windows 8 PIN code and picture password. In this article, we'll show you how to do it using a free tool called Kon-Boot.Kon-Boot is a free program that allows you to bypass the password on your Windows 8 computer. It works by temporarily changing the way your computer boots, allowing you to log in without a password. Once you're logged in, you can change your password or remove it entirely.To use Kon-Boot, you'll first need to download the program from the Kon-Boot website. Once it's downloaded, unzip the file and run the Kon-Boot executable.When Kon-Boot starts, you'll be asked to select the operating system you want to bypass the password for. Select Windows 8 and then click OK.Next, you'll need to create a bootable Kon-Boot USB drive. To do this, insert a blank USB drive into your computer and click the "Create USB" button in Kon-Boot.Once the USB drive is created, you'll need to boot your computer from it. To do this, restart your computer and press the BIOS key when it starts up. This key is usually F2, F12, or Esc.Once you're in the BIOS, look for the "Boot Order" or "Boot Priority" setting and change it so that the USB drive is the first priority. Save your changes and exit the BIOS.Your computer should now boot from the Kon-Boot USB drive. When it does, you'll see the Kon-Boot menu. Select the "Bypass Windows 8 Password" option and press Enter.Kon-Boot will now bypass the password on your Windows 8 account and allow you to log in. Once you're logged in, you can change your password or remove it entirely.If you're having trouble using Kon-Boot, you can also try the Offline NT Password & Registry Editor. This program is similar to Kon-Boot, but it doesn't require a USB drive.To use the Offline NT Password & Registry Editor, you'll first need to download the program from the Offline NT Password & Registry Editor website. Once it's downloaded, unzip the file and run the "ntpasswd.exe" file.When the program starts, you'll be asked to select the Windows installation you want to edit the password for. Select your Windows 8 installation and then click OK.Next, you'll need to select the "Edit User Data and Passwords" option.Enter the username of the account you want to change the password for and then enter the new password. Once you're done, click the "Update Password" button.The Offline NT Password & Registry Editor will now update the password on your Windows 8 account. Once it's done, you can reboot your computer and log in with the new password.If you're still having trouble decrypting and recovering your Windows 8 PIN code and picture password, you can always contact Microsoft support. They may be able to help you reset your password or provide other assistance.