Forgot your Windows Login password? Oh well, in fact it doesn’t really matter. There are several ways to reset the lost Windows password, and the easiest one would be to invest in software especially designed to carry out this type of operation.
Tenorshare Windows Password Recovery Tool is a powerful and simple to use program that allows you to erase passwords of all administrator and user login accounts on Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP/2000, so you can access your computer freely. This tool supports creating bootable password reset disk of CD/DVD or USB drive. If your computer has CD/DVD drive, you can choose booting from the password reset CD/DVD and reset your windows password, if your computer doesn’t have CD/DVD drive, you can choose booting from the password reset USB drive and reset your windows password. Thanks to its its user-friendly wizard-like interface, there is no need for your to call a technician, no need to re-install anything.
Tenorshare Windows Password Recovery Tool is normally priced at $17.95 per serial number / license key. But Download.hr are having a giveaway of Windows Password Recovery Tool Standard v220.127.116.11, where everyone can download a full version copy for free. Offer expires in a about 60 hours at time of post.
More info & grab your free copy at the promo page here (scroll down to “Your Serial key” section). You have to share this offer with your friends to get your free serial key or else you will have to wait for 300s ( (let the page be open). Alternately, here is the direct download link for preactivated giveaway version. You have to install and activate it before the Giveaway offer for the software is over.
Note: There are Four editions of Tenorshare Windows Password Recovery Tool – Standard Edition, Professional Edition, Enterprise Edition, and Ultimate Edition. The giveaway version is Standard Edition, which supports creating bootable password reset disk of CD/DVD only (no USB reset device) and can only Remove admin/standard user password for local account (can not reset admin/std user password for Microsoft account). Visit the Product page here (WOT red) to find the differences among them.