How to Hack a Computer (Step By Step Guide)

How to Hack a Computer (Step By Step Guide)
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Do you want to hack a Computer. But, you don't know, "How to Hack a Computer?" So this article for you to get hacked a computer by yourself with very easy and simple ways. So let's get started to learn PC Hacking. You can hack Microsoft windows by following some easy and simple steps.

1. Understand, What This Will Accomplish?

Windows 10 doesn't allow you to abuse the Administrator account like you could in past renditions of Windows. So that you need to use a Windows 10 installation drive and Command Prompt to add a new administrator-enabled user. Afterwords you can use that user by that administrator-enabled user. You can't change the password of the main administrator user. But, dont worry! Because, you will be able to access, edit, and copy virtually anything from the main administrator user account. It's really a great way!

2. Create a Windows 10 Installation Tool

To create windows 10 installation tool, you need a 8 GB free blank flash drive. Afterwords, Attach the flash drive to your PC. Then you need to download Windows 10 installation tool from Microsoft website by open this link and click on Download tool now button on that page. After successfully downloaded, just Double-click the downloaded tool. Now install tool by use your flash drive as the installation location. Afterwords, Leave the flash drive plugged in after the creation process completes Oky!

3. Change Your Computer's Boot Order

Change your computer's boot order to start your Windows with the windows version that you installed in your flash drive. Just access the computer's BIOS that you want to hack. Find Boot Order or in the Boot section. You just need to set the first boot to flash drive. Then save the changes and exit.

4. Open Command Prompt

On the setup screen, you just need to press the ⇧ Shift and F10 button. Then you will see the Command Prompt window open.

5. Replace Utility Manager with Command Prompt

Utility Manager is a service which has an icon available on the lock screen. By replacing Utility Manager with Command Prompt, you'll be able to execute administrator-level functions without having to log in:

Just Type this command into Command Prompt and Press ↵ Enter.
move c:\windows\system32\utilman.exe c:\windows\system32\utilman.exe.bak
Then, Type this command into Command Prompt and Press ↵ Enter.
copy c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe c:\windows\system32\utilman.exe

6. Reboot Your Computer

To reboot you computer, type the following command into Command Prompt, then press ↵ Enter.
wpeutil reboot
At this point, you'll need to remove your installation media from the computer in order to ensure that Windows reboots to the login screen rather than back into the installation setup.

7. Open Command Prompt Again

Once the lock screen loads, click the "Utility Manager" icon, which resembles a dial with a right-facing arrow in the middle, in the bottom-right corner of the screen. A Command Prompt window will open.

8. Create a New User for Your Computer

Once Command Prompt opens, you need to use the following commands:
Type the following command with your the user name of your choice and press ↵ Enter.
net username /add
Then Type the following command to add user name as localgroup administrators and press ↵ Enter.
net localgroup administrators name /add

9. Reboot Your Computer Again

You just need to reboot/restart your computer as well. Just click on Power icon and click on Restart.

10. Log In with Your New User Account

After successfully restarted your computer, you'll be able to use the account you created to log in. Just click on new user's name and click on Sign in. It will take some time to setting up your new user account as well.

All right! I hope you just Hacked a Computer as Well. You can let me know anything with this issue by drop your comment in comment box. If you want to get more tips and tricks like this, don't forget to bookmark our website to stay updated with Be Facts.

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