How to create a picture password in Windows 8?

mkat
Tags: Windows 8
Topic: Software
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AppDevGuy
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1) select control panel from the Metro interface

2) select users

3) select your account

4) click the "create a picture password" button

5) enter your existing password

6) choose a picture for the picture password

7) click use this picture

8) select 3 points on the picture

9) click those 3 points again

10) click ok

11) close control panel

 

HS Soni
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You can make your system more secure by making picture password in windows 8, you can easily create by using following link to have stepwise guide:

create picture password in windows 8

 

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Manish
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Hope Answer of AppDevGuy helps you, but you want full tutorials with screenshots then you can check this -   http://windows8tipstricks.com/create-a-picture-password-sign-in-to-windows-8/

If you want to change Picture password then Go to PC Settings –> Users and Click on Change picture password .

 

http://windows8tipstricks.com/change-picture-password-sign-in-in-windows-8/

 

Thanks 

 

saradasunny
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Windows Password Recovery Can help you reset forgotten Windows password, you can enter Windows directly without entering any password with the Windows password recovery tool. So it is the best way to reset your lost Windows password.

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  1. In the charms bar, click the search icon.
  2. Search for picture password in Settings
  3. Click Create or Change Picture Password
  4. Click Create Picture Password
  5. Type in your Password
  6. Click Choose Picture
  7. Select and Open a picture
  8. Click Use this picture
  9. Draw the gestures - circles, lines or taps
  10. Click finish

 

 

Here's a Step-by-Step guide with screenshots if you still need help - Creating Picture Password in Windows 8

jfang79
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Last week, I upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 8. For security, I created a picture password by following this helpful post guide: http://www.lostwindowspassword.com/article/create-picture-password-in-windows-8.htm

It is really helpful. You can have a try too!

Albert David
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I have searched similar problem. and I found this guide which can help you http://www.windowspasswordsrecovery.com/win8/create-picture-password-in-...

Bob Agreen
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Hi, I also have the same problem, finally I find out an article from a smart key page, there is a topic about how to create Windows 8 picture password, you can read it. I worksfor me. Hope it helpful to you, too.

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