Windows Password Reset

Linux?! Well that was easy, now its time for Windows!

There are a ton of ways to do this, most of which rely on booting to a disc or USB, then modifying the password from there.

A way that is more entertaining is the stickykeys or "sethc" reset. You'll figure out why that is.

Here is a starting point. You'll have to Google around a bit.

Note 1: You will probably find that modern Windows 10 Systems have the Guest account disabled by default. Hooray for secure defaults! Now turn it back on so you can do this.

Note 2: Another interesting note is that you might have to boot into safe mode for the stickykeys login as Windows Defender does interesting things.

Write a couple of sentences about what you learned from this.