For creative people, school is like a prison. You are locked inside an uncreative block where books are the only source of information, even in the world of internet and technology. Hacking into a school computer to access administrator permissions is a creative idea, to be honest. Instead of chasing success, you are chasing excellence that has the potential to lead you towards success eventually. For a computer guy, it is just another way to have fun through the computer learning how to hack a school computer. But a non-computer guy can have this sense of freedom too, by following our method. Hacking a computer can be included in life hacks, essential for purposeful living only if you are doing it with a good intention.
How to hack a computer – 10 Easy Steps
1. Inquire Computer’s Software
Inquiring your computer’s software is an integral part of your hack. If the computer is running in Windows 10, the installation file for windows 10 will be downloaded in the flash drive. For any other windows, the installation file will be downloaded accordingly.
2. Get a Flash Drive
If you already have a flash drive, make sure that it has at least 8GB of space. Otherwise, get a flash drive with a minimum of 8GB space to execute the task successfully.
3. Download Window’s installation File
You will have to connect the Flash Drive to a home computer from which you will download an installation file for your windows. You will be able to get this file from Microsoft Window’s official website. After completion of the download, you will open that file to execute the remaining task of installing it in the flash drive.
4. Connect the Flash Drive to a School’s computer
The part to be done at home is over; the rest of the task will be performed on your school computer. You will start by connecting the same flash drive to a school’s computer.
5. Restart the computer
You will be restarting your computer to enter the BIOS. The screen will ask you to press F12 in order to enter BIOS at the time of booting.
6. Change Boot order
In BIOS, you will find a section under the name of boot; you will have to change the boot order from that section, prioritizing flash drive on top. After that, opt for the save and exit option. If it takes you to the login screen, restart the computer again.
7. Enter Command Prompt to replace Utility Manager with it
This time around, you will be entering the command prompt by pressing Shift and F10 keys together. You can access the command prompt from the lock screen this way. Now you will be replacing utility manager with command prompt by entering the following command.
Type move c:\windows\system32\utilman.exe c:\windows\system32\utilman.exe.bak
Type copy c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe
Restart Computer without Flash DriveSimply shut down your computer by pressing and holding the power key until the computer turns off. Plug out the flash drive and power on the computer. You will be able to create a New Administrator account with complete administrator permissions.