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How do I delete obsolete passwords
I have some old obsolete email addresses and I want to delete them. Try as I might I cant find any way to do it. So, how do I delete old email addresses?
password foe an app
how to give password for an certain app in windows 10...…???
Reset password on windows 7?
Would anyone be able to help me with resetting my password on an old laptop that uses windows 7? I am trying to recover some files from the laptop although i forgot my password. I unfortunately do not own a password reset disk.
Sign in to Windows without a password? Yes, you can!
Passwords keep our computers, apps and work safe and private. Windows does allow some relief from password overload by offering several sign-in options that don't require entering a password.
Password Managers: LastPass vs: Windows Password Manager
I recently had an event, where I could not log into my BofA account on line. I had had this happen before with my Verizon account, and after doing some searching I found the culprit was the interaction between the websites and Microsoft's Password Manager and LastPass. Every once in a while they would not play nicely and get along. If I updated one or the other and inadvertently forgot to update the other, well, you get the picture. What I found yesterday though was really troubling. While making sure that my password in Microsoft' Password Manager was correct, I saw multiple accounts with multiple login credentials, that I haven't used in quite some time, and in fact should have been updated. But multiples? troubling to say the least. My Verizon was the worst with 5 different sets of credentials. Once I cleared all but the ones that I needed, all has been well. Same with BofA. LastPass has really begun to annoy me too. When I log into a site, it nags me with a screen that asks if I want to update that login info.... Seriously! Every single time! And every time on my Android phone if highlight something that need input it asks if I want to auto fill with LastPass. Sheesh! I've been using LastPass since Windows 8, and the
LOG IN WITHOUT PASSWORD
I want to log in without password but each and every time ask to a password also using "netplwiz" and '"userpassword2" but it method doesn't work on it and when start a pc than show a left side two account " first administrative " and other local . otherwise iam want to delete a local another account . but doesnot show "accounts" in window setting SO WHAT I DO for removing a password
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Where do I ask doc problem (password added, not by me)
I had a hacker in 2018 who removed a lot of my financial information and thought Microsoft store had fixed it. Noticed a lot of files seem to have disappeared from my financial folder over the last couple of months, and the most important document, I saved into an Excel file. That file still remains in the folder. When I went to print it out around December, it is now a .pdf and it is asking for a password which I of course do not have. I have no idea how to password protect a file. The name of the document has "and1" added to the title of the document before the .pdf. Is there any way I could have accidentally saved it the wrong way or would I really have to had to work to write a password? Then the next step is, is there any way to circumvent and get around the password protection? I should be the admin on the laptop and an identity under my name. No one has borrowed my laptop. This makes me freak out! Thank you very much. Windows 10 and Office 365.
Cannot Completely Disable Password on Wakeup
I have tried every solution everywhere on the internet to make it so windows NEVER asks for my password, and although it is, in theory, NOT supposed to ask for my password anymore, ever, it still does in *one* circumstance. I have changed the settings so it is not to require a password after waking from sleep, and that works in every instance except for when the computer sleeps because I closed the laptop lid. If it goes to sleep just from sitting without being used for a while and I start it up again, it does not ask for a password, even if it’s been days or longer. But if I close the lid and then start it up again even just a moment later, it requires a password. I have stopped it from asking a password after starting from a shutdown or a restart, and I have turned it off after starting from sleep in all other cases, but for some reason, disabling password after wakeup does not work when sleep was because of closing the laptop lid. What am I doing wrong? I’ve tried all the different settings options I could find, then I googled and found another one or two, which fixed the last of my problems, except this one. I do not want to EVER have to enter a password. All I use my Windows laptop for is games that I can’t get on my Mac, because I hate windows, but there are some games I really like that require it. I grew up using Windows, so I’m very familiar with it, and I can generally fix anything with it that crops up without needing to go to anyone for help, but this is one thing I just can’t fix. On Mac, you only have to change one or two things to never have to enter a password again except for major updates or downloads, and all the settings are easy to find. On windows, I have had to change many more things, and I’ve really had to dig for the settings to change, and I am STILL having issues. Can someone PLEASE tell me what I’m missing?
Passwords is highlighted with the black box. when you select passwords, you will be able to view all of the passwords saved to that profile. Saved passwords on your account. Alternatively, you can visit your passwords using this link: edge://settings/passwords . Viewing and/or deleting stored passwords
Passwords that are too weak of course invite brute-force attacks. However, we find that relatively weak passwords, about 20 bits or so, are sufficient to make brute-force attacks on a single account unrealistic so long as a “three strikes” type rule is in place.
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Watch a short video about resetting user passwords. If you found this video helpful, check out the complete training series for small businesses and those new to Microsoft 365. Let users reset their own passwords We strongly recommend that you set up self-service password reset. This way you don't ...
Change your passwords regularly, particularly those that safeguard your computer, important accounts (like email or Facebook), and sensitive information, like financial and health data. Whenever possible, change passwords immediately on accounts you suspect may have been compromised.