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New York, Sept. 28, 2015, PRNewswire: Tenorshare today announced Windows Password Recovery Tool version 188.8.131.52, featuring a full compatibility with Windows 10 operating system. The new version is more powerful and provides Windows 10 ISO image files in Advanced Recovery Wizard. Those who have purchased it before can get a free update as well.
Windows 10 users can recover lost passwords even easier with version 184.108.40.206, thanks to the new added Windows 10 32 bit and Windows 10 64 bit ISO image files options in Advanced Recovery Wizard. With this feature, Windows 10 users can download Windows 10 ISO image files and make a boot disk to remove password for locked PCs.
Windows Password Recovery Tool version 220.127.116.11 is the first tool that bundles Windows 10 ISO image files,” said Mike Lee, Tenorshare’s CEO. “We are always dedicated to offering the best Windows 10 password recovery tool for all Windows lovers, no need to reinstall operating system or buy a new PC when users unfortunately forget Windows 10 admin or user account’s password.”
Make Windows 10 Password Reset Disk:
Windows Password Recovery Tool allows users to create a password recovery reset disk if users unfortunately forget a password. Two options provided here, users can make a boot disk with default ISO image file or choose the Advanced Recovery Wizard to download designated ISO file. USB media option is also available for those users who don’t have CD/DVD drive in their computers.
Recreate a New Account, Remove an Admin Account or Reset Forgotten Password:
With the created Windows Password Recovery Tool boot disk, users can boot the locked Windows 10 computer and let PC boot from that disk, not from computer hard drive. Then enter the WinPE environment. Here users can recreate a new account to login your computer or remove an admin account to login your computer with no password. To reset the forgotten password to a new one is also available there.
Besides Windows 10 password reset, it also removes password for Windows 8.1/8/7/XP/Vista and Windows Server 2012/2008.
Price and Availability:
Windows Password Recovery Tool has four versions. It starts at $17.94 for the Standard version with CD/DVD supported and $44.95 for the Ultimate version with all functions included. You can find the version comparison from here: http://www.windowspasswordsrecovery.com/product/compare-editions.htm
For more information, please visit http://www.windowspasswordsrecovery.com/