Apple Mac OS X is a protected and safe operating system, and at the core of OS X’s security is your Apple Mac password. But what do you do if you have lost or forgotten your Mac OS X password? If your Mac password doesn’t work or you’ve lost it, then don’t worry, for this you can simply dial a toll-free Mac customer support phone number and get reliable technical support from experts to reset the passwords in couple of minutes.
The password of your Mac OS X user account is also known as your login password. It’s the password that you use to log in to your Apple device and make certain changes, such as installing or upgrading software.
Following are some of the influential ways to reset an Administrator Account’s Password in OS X:
Change your password
In case you know your OS X password and want change it, then go to Users and Groups preferences:
If the above steps are not able to change your Account’s Password in OS X Yesomite, El Capitan, or macOS Sierra, then you can contact a third party support providing company and get reliable Apple technical customer support from the expert technicians in a competent manner.
Reset your password
In case you don’t remember your Mac OS X password, or it isn’t working, then you can reset it using one of the methods described below.
Reset using your Apple ID
In some versions of OS X operating system, you can also use your Apple ID to reset your login password. Follow the steps to reset your OS X password:
Reset using another admin account
In case you have forgotten the administrator account password, then it’s quite possible to create a brand new administrator account. For this you can also take help from certified Apple technicians to reset the password successfully.