How to Hack Into a Computer
How to hack a computer using different ways are discussed here. It includes how to hack a Windows computer or PC, how to hack computers, how to hack passwords and how to hack into a computer.
How to bypass a Login on Windows
- Though Windows 10 doesn’t permit you to misuse the Administrator account as you could in the earlier additions of Windows, but you can utilize a Windows 10 installation drive with Command Prompt to create a new user with administrator level permissions to see the files and folders of the admin user.
Note: You can be able to access, edit, and copy almost anything from the main account but you will not be able to change the password of the admin user.
The next step is how to create a Windows 10 installation tool? To hack a Windows computer. Get an empty 8 GB size (at least) flash USB drive:
- Plug in the USB drive into the computer.
- Click and Open the Windows 10 download page.
- Click on Download tool now
- Open the downloaded tool by double clicking it.
- Follow the steps and make your flash USB drive an installation drive.
- Do not un-plug the USB after the creation process is completed.
Now change the boot order of your computer to select the flash drive as from where the computer will boot.
- Start the computer and press ESC, F1, F2, F8 or F10 during the initial startup screen.
- Choose to enter BIOS setup.
- Now in the Boot or Advanced tab find the “Boot Order”.
- Select your USB flash drive and press + or the “Up” key to get flash drive at the top of the list.
- Use the key(s) listed in the legend on the right or bottom of the screen to save and exit.
Now Open Command Prompt on the setup screen by pressing Shift+F10.
Now you have to change the Utility Manager with Command Prompt as it is a service that has an icon on the lock screen. After replacing Utility Manager with Command Prompt we will be able to perform admin-level commands without log in:
Now type move c:\windows\system32\utilman.exe c:\windows\system32\utilman.exe in the Windows command prompt.
- Now press the Enter key
Now type copy c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe c:\windows\system32\utilman.exe in the command prompt.
- Press the Enter button
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- Remove the USB flash drive from the computer and restart your computer type wpeutil reboot in the command prompt and press the Enter key.
- When the lock screen appears, click on the “Utility Manager” icon in the bottom-right corner of the screen. It is similar to a dial with a right-facing arrow in the center. Now the command prompt window will open if it opens Utility Manager it means you have not changed Utility Manager with Command Prompt. So repeat the process again unless clicking on the “Utility Manager” opens the Command Prompet.
- Once Command Prompt is opened follow the steps below:
Enter net user username /add making sure to replace “username” with a username of your choice.
- Now press the Enter button.
Enter net localgroup administrators username /add again replacing "username" with your username you just created.
- Press Enter button.
- Now click on the power icon and select “Restart” to restart your. After restarting your computer you will be able to log in with your new administrator account in this computer.
- After restarting your computer login to the PC using your new account.
- Select your new user name in the lower-left side of the screen.
- Now click Sign In
- Wait for Windows to finish setting up your new user account.
- Now you will be able to see all of the files and folders from the main user account by doing the following:
- Press Win+E to open File Explorer.
- Click on This PC in the left-hand column.
- Double-click the computer’s hard drive.
- Now double-click the Users folder.
- Then double-click the main account’s user folder.
- Click Continue when prompted, and then wait for the user’s folders to load.
- Browse the user’s files and folders as needed.