This video shows how to enable the hidden administrator account on Windows 10. This works for Windows 8 and 7 seven as well. Here is the command to enable the hidden administrator account
net user administrator /active:yes
Here is the command to disable it
net user administrator /active:no
How to unlock and login as the built in administrator in windows 10
How to login as built in administrator in windows 10
The Edge browser now works, thanks to information provided by Mick Taylor Edge apparently works with the KB4056892 Windows update.
If you can’t right click on cmd and run as administrator then this won’t work for you. If it asks for a password and you don’t know it then this won’t work for you.
It is highly recommend if you can that you create a restore point before trying to unlock the built in administrator
The purpose of doing this is so if something goes wrong with the users administrator account, you can login to the built in one and hopefully fix the problem as the built in one will be unlocked.
If it asks you for an administrator password and you don’t know the password then this won’t work for you.
The three commands used in the video:
1) net users
2) net user Administrator /active:yes
3) net user Administrator *
In this video I will show you how you can unlock and change the password of the built in administrator account in windows 10. Using this account will grant you administrator permissions when you are logged into the administrator account. The only problem with the built in administrator account it that you can’t use the edge browser. So before you login to the built in administrator account you first need to have another browser that isn’t the Microsoft edge browser installed. In my case I already had the Google Chrome browser already installed and as show in the video this browser works with the built in administrator account. As a result I would recommend that you have the Google Chrome browser installed before you login to the built in administrator account.
Disclaimer: I am not responsible for any changes that you make to your computer or operating system. Any changes that you make are as a result of your own choice. In turn any damage or data loss that may occur as a result of changes are your responsibility.