2 Ways to Reset Windows10 Password

You just have many passwords for quite a number of systems that you keep forgetting which is which. Remembering your password means that the use of the computer and installation of any program will not be possible. Microsoft goes ahead and makes it difficult to rest your password. Maybe you have a complicated password; you can avoid that for the sake of your memory. Below are some guidelines on how best you can get your password back.

Part 1. Rest Using Microsoft account 

Almost everyone now uses Microsoft account to log into window since the windows 8. Using  another computer visit windows live password reset page just in case you forgot your Microsoft account password. The page is found on the Microsoft website then reset the password quickly. You notice a relatively easy way as compared to locally resetting the account’s password. 


You will need to have a Microsoft account to access the following steps. In places you have a local account the option stages will not be available. In straightforward stages in the lock screen click the link that highlights I forgot my pin. In case you have multiple accounts be sure to click the right or else you will end up getting more frustrated than relieved. An empty slot appears above it requests that you feed your Microsoft password. Fill and click next command. From the drop-down menu clicks the email recovery request. There will be a hidden part of the process, do complete it and click next. A verification code will be sent either to your phone or to the email you provided. Enter the code provided and allow the system to validate the characters fed once there click next. 

In the cases where you never received the verification code, there is always an option of re-sending it, requests if that happens. Then on the provision of another code fed it in the slot and just click next to proceed. The screen highlights a few commands asking you whether you are sure to move with the recovery. If by now you can remember your password there is a cancel command button.

If the new password does not work, restart the computer and sign in again. Note your password somewhere you will remember and let it be easy to avoid a repeat.

Arduino UNO + LabVIEW – Blink LED example

This is a basic example to get you introduced into Arduino and LabView development platform.  You will be able to control the build-in LED from a Arduino UNO board in 5 minutes without any programming skills.

What you need:

  • Arduino UNO board
  • PC with NI LabView

Step 1: Install Arduino IDE

Step 2: Install LabView

Step 3: Open LabView and go to Tools -> VI Package Manager

Step 4: Search for “LabVIEW Interface for Arduino“. Right click and Install.

Step 5: Open Explorer and navigate to [LabVIEW Installation folder]\vi.lib\LabVIEW Interface for Arduino\Firmware\LIFA_Base
e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\LabVIEW 2017\vi.lib\LabVIEW Interface for Arduino\Firmware\LIFA_Base

Step 6: Open LIFA_Base.ino file using Arduino IDE. Connect the Arduino board to your PC.  Select your UNO board from Tools option (board typer and COM port).

Step 7: Upload the Sketch (firmware) to your Arduino.

Step 8: Close Arduino IDE. Your board  is now ready to be controlled using LabVIEW. Open LabVIEW and create a new VI.

Step 9: Create a simple logic using Arduino functions to control Digital Port 13 (build-in LED).

  • Init communication with Arduino UNO board
  • Configure Digital Pin 13 as Output (to control LED)
  • While Loop (read the LabVIEW interface button until Stop is pressed)
  • Close communication with Arduino UNO board

Or just download this VI example made in LabVIEW 2017:

Download “Arduino UNO - Blink LED using LabVIEW” UNO-Build-IN-LED.zip – Downloaded 544 times – 147 KB

And that’s all. My result looks looks like this: