Windows Password Recovery standard provides you an easy and safe way to regain access to your locked computer when you forget Windows administrator password or user password. Reset Windows password on your own without re-installing Windows system.
Feb 25, 2013 13:52:05
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Windows Password Recovery Professional 5.2 Windows Password Recovery Professional can help you reset forgotten Windows administrator password and user password on Win 7/Vista/XP and Win Server 2008/20003, etc. With it, you can easily bypass and unlock Windows passwords in a matter of minutes.
Description: Windows Password Recovery Standard is designed to reset lost Windows administrator password and user password in Windows 7/Vista/XP. Forgot Windows password, just perform Windows password recovery by burning a bootable CD/DVD with this Windows password reset tool. It only takes you a few minutes to regain access to your locked computer on your own. No need to re-install Windows system or ask for PC experts.
1. Recover all Windows passwords, like Windows administrator and standard user password.
2. Easy and safe to reset Windows login password, no data will be lost.
3. A few minutes to reset lost Widows password, regardless of the lost password length and complexity.
4. Support Windows 7/ Vista/XP.
5. Reset Windows login password by burning a bootable CD/DVD.
6. Support a variety of file systems including FAT16, FAT32, NTFS and NTFS5.
7. Support many types of hard disk like SATA, IDE and SCSI.
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