Use Task Manager to change your own password.It can be run by pressing the key combination ctrl + alt + delete or ctrl + shift + esc.You can do it with the mouse - right-click on the free space on the taskbar and select from the drop context menu "Task Manager."
Find the Task Manager command "Change password » and click on it.This will open an additional window, in which you will need to enter your current password , and then double-dial new password and click «OK».
If the new password should be set not for your own account and for some of the other users on the system, start with login as an administrator - only he can
change the passwords of other accounts.
Open dialog startup programs - select "Run" from the main menu on the button "Start".If your version of the operating system such an item not on the menu, then use the keyboard shortcut win + r.
Type control userpasswords2.If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7, you can use the more short - netplwiz.Click «OK» or press the enter key and the system will start the utility manage user accounts.
Select in the list the account of the user, password you want to change and click "Change password ».In the opened window, double-enter the new password and click «OK», and then close the Control Panel accounts.
If you want to change your password , which is set in the BIOS of your computer, select the main menu on the button "Start" operation restart.When will the new cycle of loading, wait for you to press the delete key to enter the BIOS settings panel, or determine the right time for blinking LEDs on the keyboard.It is possible that your BIOS version for this team used another key (f1, f2, f10, etc.).Find the command bar settings BIOS Setting Password and activate it.BIOS will require a password and then confirm it - do it, and then exit the preferences panel to save your changes (the command Save and Exit Setup).