Windows Password Recovery is to clear the Windows passwords for you to enter Windows, in case the password is somehow not available. It helps to remove Windows passwords of any accounts, including admin account, guest's account and others.
Generally, almost all the Windows editions are supported, like Windows©2000 Professional, Windows©2000 Server, Windows©2003 Server, Windows Server 2003 R2, 2008 Server Vista; Home Basic, Vista Home Premium, Windows© XP Home, XP Professional, Vista Business, Vista Enterprise, Vista Ultimate, Windows 7 and Windows 8 etc.
Yes, absolutely. Not only the admin password is allowed to be removed, but all other accounts, like guest's account, etc.
Yes, it is easy. With the step-by-step guide online, it is even easier, even a kid can do it all by himself.
The demo version only lists user names but doesn't remove the password. The full version lists all user names and removes any password you would like to reset.
It depends on the license type! Generally, Single License can be used on 3 PCs at most. 10 Users License can be used on at most 100 PCs and the Unlimited License can be used on unlimited number of PCs.
Most computers are set to automatically check the CD drive for a boot disk before moving on to the hard drive. If your computer is not set in this way, you'll need to change the boot priority by your system BIOS. It's not that difficult as it sounds, click here to see the details on BIOS settings.
Yes, definitely. You don't have to be a computer wizard, the step-by-step guide and the user-friendly interface will lead you to complete the whole job.
No. the guest account does not have the privilege to allow you to run the required burner software to create the boot disk.