• Mikerman

    Thanks, Kent, exactly the info. I had been looking for, but just couldn’t find at the developer’s website. Would be nice if info. of this type routinely was included in blog posts. Thanks, again!

  • Kent

    Hi Mike,

    Simply put, you can’t do what has been mentioned above with just the trial. You need the Ultimate version. As their site states: “The trial version of Windows Password Recovery Tool can only list all the user names of Windows users, but cannot reset their passwords. The full version will reset forgotten Windows password for you.”. Hope that helps.

  • Mikerman

    Bob: Might you provide the courtesy of a response, as the article’s author and the person in-the-know? Thanks–

  • Mikerman

    Thank you, Any Data, but that didn’t answer my question, which was:

    “Can this all [the password recovery discussed in the article] be done with the Tenorshare free trial version of Windows Password Recovery Tool, and what are the limitations of the free trial version (e.g. number of times it may be used?)? Or, must a pay version be used?

    Also, which version of Windows Password Recovery Tool to use–presumably, the Ultimate version, to reset a password?”

  • Hi, Mikerman,

    The full function can be used with paid version.
    To see the version comparison, you can refer to page link below:
    http://www.windowspasswordsrecovery.com/product/compare-editions.htm

    You can choose the best one for you according to your requirements. Thanks!

  • Hi, Robcr,
    This is representative of Tenorshare. It is my pleasure to help you here.
    Per your questions, here are answers:
    1. – Is it free ?
    No, it is shareware.

    2. – Do you have to be in W10 (in another PC) to create the ISO ?
    The ISO file is already in the program, you have no need to create it. Only one click to burn built-in iSO file to CD/DVD or USB drive to make a boot disk. It supports Windows 10 quite well.

    3. – I don’t use passwords, but may have to be able to help others. Is password setting local to the user’s PC, or did they have to have a flippin link to MS somehow
    That depends. Some password is local account password. some are Microsoft live account password. Luckily, Windows Password Recovery Tool Ultimate can remove both local account password and Microsoft live account one.

    4.- Can you burn it on one PC, and then use the CD (WinPE ?) on any (and all) PCs (when helping neighbors and friends, as I do)
    No, i don’t think so. You can burn it on on PC. However, if you would like to remove password for multiply computers, please purchase the unlimited version. You can see it here:
    http://www.windowspasswordsrecovery.com/purchase/buy-windows-password-recovery-tool-ultimate.html

  • Mikerman

    Similar inquiry as to robcr: Can this all be done with the Tenorshare free trial version of Windows Password Recovery Tool, and what are the limitations of the free trial version (e.g. number of times it may be used?)? Or, must a pay version be used?

    Also, which version of Windows Password Recovery Tool to use–presumably, the Ultimate version, to reset a password? Thanks–

  • robcr

    Hi,
    Three questions –
    – Is it free ?
    – Do you have to be in W10 (in another PC) to create the ISO ?
    – I don’t use passwords, but may have to be able to help others. Is password setting local to the user’s PC, or did they have to have a flippin link to MS somehow

    Thanks,
    Rob