Something You May Overlook After Creating A Windows 7 Password

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Password could protect your computer. So most Windows 7 user create a password for their computer. Since you creating a strong Windows 7 password for your computer, do you think that things are over? If so, you are wrong. After adding a password to your Windows 7 system, there are many other things you need to do to improve your computer security. For example, you need to change it on a regular basis. Or you need to create a password reset disk to in case that you forgot it one day. The following shows 3 things you may overlook after creating a strong Windows 7 password.

 

1. Create a password reset disk

 

In view of the difficulty in remembering a complicated password, it's better for you to create a password reset disk before you forget it. You could create such a disk as below:

 

Step 1. Insert the USB flash drive in your computer.

 

Step 2. Click Start button, enter create password reset disk in the search box and then press Enter.

 

Step 3. The wizard will come up. Click Next button and follow the wizard within a few clicks.

 

Everyone can use the created disk once he can access it, so please store it in a safe place. The disk only work for the Windows 7 account you select, not all your Windows 7 accounts. If you forgot Windows 7 password without a password reset disk, please resort to third party software such as Rekeysoft Windows Password Recovery to regain access to your Windows 7 computer.

 

2. Change your password on a regular basis

 

Apart from creating a strong Windows 7 password, changing it on a regular basis also plays an important role in improving computer security. It's well known that no matter how strong a password is, it may get hacked given enough time. To avoid this problem, a good choice is to change your password frequently. As for how long to change the password, most computer experts and online security professionals recommend changing passwords and account login information at least once every three months. Personally speaking, it depends on your actual needs.

 

3. Use the password everywhere without realizing the terrible result

 

Never to use your password everywhere, even it is a good option to avoid remembering various passwords. You should be aware of that it will put all your accounts at danger if one of these accounts is hacked by others.

Rekeysoft is a leading provider for Windows password recovery tool.

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