Most of us at some time have lost or forgotten our password for signing into our computer. That used to mean you’d be locked out of your computer and you’d have to completely reset your PC. In the new Windows 10 April 2018 Update, there is now a password reset feature that helps you reset your password if you have lost it. It’s part of the setup process when you first use a new Windows 10 computer as you create your computer sign-in. But it’s also there for anyone with the Windows 10 April 2018 Update.
How to Create Your Computer Security Questions
- Go to “Settings”.
- Click on “Accounts”.
- Go to the “Sign-in options” tab. Under Password.
- Click “Update your security questions”.
- Pick three security questions and enter your answers.
Select questions and answers you’ll remember easily but won’t be simple for others to guess. Now, if you forget your device password, you answer your security questions and windows lets you reset your password. You only have to do this once but you can change the questions or answers at any time. Just go back to “Sign-in options” for the same setup page. If other people also use the same computer, they can set their own questions for their account.
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If you have any questions or suggestions about password recovery, please tell us through the comment. I hope this helps you have a great Windows experience.