If you are a regular visitor of All Useful Info, you would know that I previously also wrote articles about how to change the admin password on Windows 7 PC. Previously, I’ve published two articles about changing Windows PC password.
Both of the above articles are made for Windows computers and I tested them on my Windows 7 PC. But, the bad thing about both of them is that they require administrator permissions to change passwords and that’s why you can’t change the admin password without admin rights.
So, now I have come up with such a relevant resource for you through which you can change the Administrator Password of any Windows 7 Ultimate PC without admin permissions. Yes, guys, you can do it using a run command. So, have a look at the steps involved.
- Open the Run box on your Windows 7 PC. Type the control userpasswords2 command and hit Enter.
- Now, twice Click on Advanced as shown in the picture below.
- Now on the next screen, you’ll see Local Users and Groups. So, select Users and then Right Click on Administrator and Select Set Password.
- So, as you click on Set Password, it will show you a message and ask you to Click on Proceed. After Clicking on it, you’ll be moved to the last step. Here you just need to enter a new password for Administrator.
That’s all friends! As you click on OK, the administrator password of your Windows 7 computer will be changed. You can now access that PC or laptop anytime as an administrator.