Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
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Have you ever faced the problem of lost Windows passwords?
You are in urgent need of that very important information on you Windows –based
computer. What to do if you don’t want to reinstall your system? How to recover
the forgotten Windows password? Recently, my friends tell me a way to resolve
this problem, that is using a third party software like some Windows password
recovery tool. I have tried, it works well, I regain access to my windows with
just a few minutes. You can also have a try and reserve a tool like this in
case of need . www.windowsloginrecovery.com
as a reference.
But there is still a question, what kind of passwords is the safest for you? Here, I give you some my personal suggestions, hope they can help.
1. 14 Characters is the optimal password length
Each character that you add to your password increases the protection. Your passwords should be 8 or more characters in length; 14 characters or longer is the Optimal Password Length.
2. Avoid using the same password for all your accounts.
If your passwords are made as the same one, when any one of them lost, your other information protected by that password will be in danger as well. It is serious to use different passwords for different systems and documents.
3. You Should Never Write Down Your Password?
Although this is good advice, sometimes it is necessary to write down passwords. Users feel more comfortable creating complex passwords if they are able to write them down somewhere in case they forget. However, it is important to educate users on how to properly write down passwords. A sticky note on the monitor is not a good idea, but storing passwords in a safe or even a locked cabinet may be sufficient.
Ok, here are my opinion, do you have something to say?
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