How do you change user password in your Windows 8 computer? Probably, you change it in PC settings, in Control Panel or in the Windows Security dialog box opened by Ctrl+Alt+Del hotkeys. Moreover, have you ever thought of how to prevent others knowing the user password of your PC from changing it? FYI, if you use either of the previous two methods to change the code, you can prohibit access to Control Panel and PC settings, while suppose you apply the third way, you can learn how to remove Change a password from the Ctrl+Alt+Del options (see the screen shot below) in this text.
Video guide on how to remove Change a password from Ctrl+Alt+Del options on Windows 8:
Step 1: Open Local Group Policy Editor.
Step 2: Locate and open "Ctrl+Alt+Del Options" folder.
Following the path of User Configuration/Administrative Templates/System/Ctrl+Alt+Del Options, you can find it quickly.
Step 3: Locate and edit the setting named "Remove Change Password".
In the "Ctrl+Alt+Del Options" folder, right-tap Remove Change Password and select Edit.
Step 4: Enable the setting and close the Group Policy Editor.
In the Remove Change Password window, choose Enabled and click OK. And then press Alt+F4 to turn off the editor.
After the setting is enabled, if you use Ctrl+Alt+Del to open the Windows Security dialog box, you will find that the "Chang a password" item is removed from the options.
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