No, there is no way to recover forgotten passwords using the Windows Control Panel. However, users can still attempt to reset their forgotten passwords through the Microsoft Account Password Reset tool or through the use of password recovery tools such as Ophcrack.
Password reset can also be done at the machine’s login screen on Windows 10 machines. When users enter an incorrect password, they will be given the option of resetting their password. This can be done by clicking on the “Reset Password” link which will direct them to a page where they will be prompted to answer security questions. If answered correctly, the user will then be able to reset their password.
If users are not able to reset their password using the Microsoft Account Password Reset tool, they can use one of many third-party password recovery tools. Ophcrack is a popular free password recovery tool which can be used to retrieve lost passwords from Windows computers. It works by taking snapshots of your Windows account, which contains the hashes of your passwords in its encrypted form, then uses a rainbow table to compare the hashes and retrieve the original password.
For increased security, users should consider turning on two-factor authentication or enabling some form of biometric authentication on their devices. This makes it more difficult for attackers to access user data and sensitive information. Additionally, users should ensure they have strong, unique passwords for all of their accounts and change them regularly.