Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Disable the windows xp administrator password or any user password
To do this, you must be logged in as a user with administrative privileges
Click Start. Click Control Panel. Click User Accounts.
The existing accounts will be displayed.
Click the one you want to change.
A screen will ask what you want to change along with several options.
Click on 'Remove Password'.
After assuring the Windows that you're sure, a delete password button will appear. Click it.
No more password.
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