Click on the "Start" button in the main operatingsystem menu. Then, select "Run" from the start menu, and type"CMD", in the run dialog box.
Type "Net users" in the command prompt windowthat will appear after Step 1. This command shows all users that have anaccount on that specific computer.
Ascertain the name onthe Windows login account that you are changing the password on. The "Netuser" command from step two will list all of the accounts registered onthe computer. Locate the name on the account from that list.
Enter the "Net user" command plus the name of theaccount followed by an asterisk. The command should look something like this:Net user "John Stevens *." If the account name contains spaces, put thename inside of quotes in the next step--if not, then the spaces are notnecessary.
Change the passwordfor the account in the response command line that should ask the user for a newpassword. Remember to make the password something easy to remember, but not soeasy it could be guessed. The user should receive a response that the passwordchange was successful.