Method 1: Use "administrator";
We know when we set up Windows XP, frist is use "administrator" to access the computer, then we will be asked to create a new account for sig in in. Also this new account will appear in Windows XP's logform, but didn't use "administrator". In fact, the "administrator" account is exist and its password is empty.
when we realize this, if we forgot windows password. then shift "Ctrl +Alt" on the logform, press "del" for twice. It can turns to classic logform, then you can type "sdministrator" in the user, password is empty to access. then modify the account that you forgot.
but unlucky, if you also had set this password and forgot it, how to do in this case? Don't worry :
In fact, the real super administrator of windows XP is "Administrators" which under safe mode, not the "Administrators" which under the normal mode. In the acquiesce situation, the administrator password under safe mode is empty. No matter what so complex or high security in the normal mode, also can create a new user in safe mode if you never set administrator password in safemode. after it, you can login in by new account and password in normal mode.
method 2 : Retrieve password from the SAM file the basic premise: can use DOS command line)
Inset bootdisk before the system stars, enter: C: ,with the COPY command to copy the SAM file to a floppy disk. Then bring it to another computer to read. there is the tool "LC4" required. running LC4, open and create a new task, click "sl" in turn. open the bypassed SAM file, LC4 can analyse it and appear username that in the file. then click "sb" to crack windows password. If the password is not so complex, you can get the answer in a short time.
You can get past the login screen on Windows XP by entering the correct password.
Windows XP Professional is an operating system.
Its Very similar to Windows XP Home Edition. Except it is more suitable to use with servers because the login screen requires you to typing the name of your User. If a large server was using Windows XP Home Edition the login screen would be very chaotic. That is why they use Windows professional in schools. windows professional gives computer Administrators more power that's why it is so popular in offices, schools and colleges etc.
what are the utility programs of windows xp professional
No. Windows XP is a downgrade.
Windows XP Professional SP3 (service pack 3)
Windows XP Professional
Windows XP came out in 2001
firewall is enabled by default
You can not simply remove the Professional option from XP and revert back to Home. To take a machine from Windows XP Professional to Windows XP Home you would first need to wipe the machine (format the hard drive), then reinstall the Windows XP Home operating system. It makes little sense to do so, however, because Windows XP Professional is a hardier operating system and can perform better network tasks than Windows XP Home. Windows XP Professional Edition is the business edition of Windows XP Windows XP Home Edition is the home edition of Windows XP you cannot replace XP Professional with XP Home Edition unless you erase the windows installation and start over why would you want to do this XP Professional contains all the features of Windows XP Home Edition
Windows Media Center isn't part of Windows XP Professional. It was only available in Windows XP Media Center Edition.
Of course. It wouldn't be a "Windows XP game" otherwise.
The different versions of Windows XP are: (1) Windows XP Professional (2) Windows XP Home Edition (3) Windows XP Media Center Edition (4) Windows XP Tablet PC Edition (5) Windows XP Professional x64 Edition (fka Windows XP 64-bit Edition)
Windows XP Professional supports up to two processors
windows xp home edition windows 98 windows NT 4.0 workstation windows 2000 professional
Yes, if you have Windows XP, you can easily use Windows XP Pro
Not directly. You can format the hard drive and install Windows XP cleanly. You can upgrade directly to Windows XP Professional (which is more expensive).
Windows XP Home EditionWindows XP ProfessionalWindows XP Tablet PC EditionWindows XP Media Center EditionWindows XP 64-bit Edition
Windows Xp Professional.
Windows XP Home was the replacement for Windows ME, Windows XP Professional was the replacement for Windows 2000 Professional, and Windows Server 2003 was the replacement for Windows 2000 Server.