Best password protect file and folder locker software for Windows 10

If you are working in a public place, others or your child usually have full access to the majority of personal files and folders on your machine. and you should want to block them access to your stuff. The Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise have the pretty straightforward encrypting system and the Home version lack of the related feature. We recommend those file and folder locker and let you pick up the best one on your Surface Pro or computer. Continue reading

How to view/update WiFi password (security key) in Windows 10

If you have done all your network configuration in Windows 10 for a long time, you might forget the current Wi-Fi password which is used to prevent the unauthorised access to your tablet or computer and that happens when your new device requires to enter your Network Security Key again. In some cases, you also want to secure the network on your Surface Pro 4 by updating the WiFi passcode manually. Here are the how-to tips for that. Continue reading

Windows 10 lock out Your Device Is Offline Please Sign In With The Last Password

I switched from local account to my Microsoft account in Windows 10 Pro and tried to log on system by entering in the PIN and the Password on my Surface Pro 4 tablet. The sign-in screen didn’t accept that and displayed the “Your device is offline. Please sign in with the last password used on this device.” error message. Now I am locked out of system and there is no internet access. Continue reading

How to setup screen saver password in Windows 8.1

Windows 8.1 allows you to use Screen Saver to protect information and secure the tablet or computer after the display is off for a specified time. While its Password Protection has been turned on and the device wakes from sleep or hibernate, you need to type a password to to unlock it. To do that, make sure you have created the password for the user account that you are currently logged in as. Continue reading

How to reset forgotted password on Surface Pro

If you forgot your local user password on Surface Pro/RT running Windows 8.1 or 8, the useful way is to log into another admin account or use Previously-created password reset disk to change the password. However, these suggestions may be not working and the tablet does not recognize password. TO resolve the big problem, you could try those tips to do a full reset and recovery it. (Note: It will delete all your files.)

How to reset forgotted password on Surface Pro
By signing in your Surface 3 with PIN code or Picture password
* When the login screen shows login password is incorrect”, choose other sign-in options under user password input box, type four digital codes or draw three gestures on picture, and press Enter.
* Open the Command Prompt with Administrator, input the command:

net user your-user-name new-password

and press Enter to execute it.

If you have enabled the built-in administrator before, the Administrator account should be listing at the bottom side of login screen. Select it, login system without password, and make changes with your account.

Other way by doing a factory reset if you don’t care about file data loss
* First shut down the device and then press Power button to turn on.
* When Surface Logo with circling dots display on the screen, hold the Power button for 10 seconds and repeat it since you see the words “Preparing Automatic Repair”.
* In Recovery Mode, tap “Skip this drive” with Bitlocker, and go to Advanced Options > Troubleshoot > Reset > Just remove my files. You need to wait for about 20 minutes.

Share Windows 8 folder without password on Surface Pro

Windows 8 enable password protected sharing feature by default.If you have shared files or folder on Surface Pro, others need to type in your current username and password in the authentication dialog to access the network sharing. Without distributing password, you can also tsy the tips about how to create a network file shares without passwords in Windows 8 on Surface Pro tablet. Continue reading