Windows Password Killer Standard is reliable Windows password recovery tool which can easily help you reset Windows administrator and user password when you forgot Windows password on Windows 7/Vista/XP/NT.
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Description: Windows Password Killer Standard provides you an easy and safe way to regain access to your computer when you forgot Windows passwords and locked out of computer. No need to reinstall computer or call in PC experts. This powerful Windows password recovery tool allows you to burn a bootable CD/DVD to remove lost Windows administrator and user password on your own in less than 5 minutes.
1. 100% recovery rate.
2. Remove forgotten Windows administrator and user passwords.
3. Easy to recover forgotten passwords for Windows 7/Vista/NT
4. Support to burn a bootable CD/DVD to remove lost Windows local passwords
5. Safe enough, no computer data White be lost after Windows password recovery
6. Instant to reset lost Windows passwords, regardless of their length and complexity.
7. Very easy to use (3 steps only), with intuitive and user-friendly interface.
8. All Windows Workstations are supported, like Windows 7/Vista/XP/NT
9. All Windows Servers are supported, like Windows Server 2008/2003/2000
10. Support FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 file systems
Windows Password Reset Tool Enterprise 7.14 Windows Password Reset Tool Ent will allow you to burn a bootable CD/DVD or USB flash drive to reset Windows local account password for all Windows versions like Windowa 7, Vista
Windows Password Reset Tool 7.14 Windows Password Reset Tool will allow you to burn a bootable CD/DVD to reset Windows local account password for all Windows versions like Windowa 7, Vista, XP, 2008, 2003, 2000
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