If you don’t have a password in Windows XP, you’re susceptible to unwanted PC use from other people, possible hacking attempts and loss of privacy. It’s important to set up a password for each person who has their own account on the PC. Here’s how to do that.
To set up a password for a user account in Windows XP:
Now that a password has been generated, the next time you log on, you will be prompted for it. Remember that this is case-sensitive. If you want a hint of what your password is, just click the hint hyperlink.
IF you’re having trouble coming up with a good password, check out our free Password Generator here.
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