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How to Change the Password on Windows 10

Change the Password on Windows 10

In this article, I will help you to how to change the password on windows 10.

How to easily change the password on windows 10


Follow the steps below to access the change password menu:


1. Start Menu > Settings > Accounts > Sign-in options > Under Password, select Change.

2. Or you can do the shortcut press ( Ctrl + Alt + Del ) and choose "Change Password".

3. After entering the menu, you will be asked to type the current password you want to change. 

So just type in the password that is currently set up on your Windows 10 device.

4. Then You have to type the new password you want. You'll be asked to confirm the password as well, to make sure it's something you actually remember.

You can also set a password hint, a word or phrase that will jog your memory should you forget your password.


How to pick a strong password


Be careful when you select a password hint, don't make your hint too obvious or else you give potentially unwelcome people easy access to your device. 

Here are tips for pick and creating strong passwords that considered as the first line of defense against intruders and hackers:

1. Use a password managers.

2. Choose a random string of words from your favorite things not to be forgotten.

3. Use uppercase letters, numbers, and symbols so that they are difficult to guess.

4. You can have each letter in the name be the next letter in the alphabet, For Example:

  • "Postsline" becomes "{pdyd;omr".

Then you have to add in some numbers: You can start the sequence with the first and last number of the domain name, so now we have:

  • "16" for "P" and "15" for "O", making "1615{pdyd;omr".

To get special characters, you can make the vowels into shift "1,2,3,4,5" for "a,e,i,o,u" in the original name, so the password becomes "1615{pdyd;omr".

Capitalize the first message, and you have a cap "1615{p$yd;$m@" Which bears no resemblance to “Postsline” so you would need some padding rules, too, but that’s the general idea mind you, create a different formula.

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