To make a password reset disk, type in “password reset” from the search box or Cortana and follow the prompts to make the password reset disk using a USB flash drive. (And no, we don’t know why they call it a reset “disk”). All you need to do is insert a USB flash drive, type in your current user password, let it do its thing, and then store the flash drive in a safe location. Then, if you forget your password and enter it incorrectly, you will notice a link under the password box that says Reset password (figure 7.11). You will be prompted to connect your password reset flash drive and have your password recovered. You will also be shown your password hint, which is hopefully enough to get you to remember what your password was.
When creating a password reset “disk” on a USB flash drive, make sure you don’t need to keep any of the information on that drive because it will be wiped out in the process. In other words, back it up!
Chapter 8 – Microsoft Edge Web Browser
One of the most popular things that any computer user will do is browse the Internet. In fact sometimes that’s all certain people will use a computer for! Web browsers have been around as long as Windows has been around, and there are plenty to choose from such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Apple Safari.