Question about HP G60 Notebook
Depends on the system and your authorization. If you're an administrator, then yes you can. If you're not, then no. If it uses Active Directory for authorization, then definitely no - again unless you're an Admin. Most times they only keep a history of about 5 usages, so I recommend you find some method to help you remember and make it easy for you. Go here: Creating strong passwords is easier than you think
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Posted on Dec 06, 2014
Testimonial: "Thanks for your help. Yes I use an administrator account. I was not the original owner of the computer. I bought it from my co-worker because she does not need it anymore. Instead of wiping the whole unit, I just deleted her old files and I created a new administrator account. Before I deleted her account, it only asked for just one password. Now that her account was deleted. It still asks for a password but it always asks me to change it every two weeks which is getting to be cumbersome."
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