How to change or reset your Microsoft Outlook Password
If you use Microsoft’s online services, your Outlook password holds your state key – you can verify your email, calendar, contact list, and more.
You want to change your Outlook password frequently, as this is the best way to keep your account secure and you don’t want anyone to come into your account, which it shouldn’t be.
That is why we have come up with this outlook guide along with how to change your outlook password, also reset it if you forget the password.
As the process varies slightly on different mobile or tablet platforms, we will let you go through the steps of the Windows browser.
How to change your perspective password?
While you’re on the Outlook website, click the top right of the screen (not the opening icon, as you don’t change your password in the Outlook settings). Select ‘My Account’ from the menu next to it.
You will be taken to your main Microsoft Account Settings menu from Outlook. From the grid that appears, choose ‘Security’.
In the Security menu, click on the second option for ‘Password Protection’ and you will be prompted to verify that your mobile phone is being used. Enter the last few digits of your phone number, click ‘Send Code’ and then enter the seven-digit code sent to your smartphone.
Now you will be asked to enter your current password, then your new password twice. Once you press ‘save’ it will be your new password and whenever you want to access Outlook you will have to start using this new code.
How to reset your view password?
If you have forgotten your Outlook password, you can reset it from the login screen. ‘Forgot your password? ‘When you enter the screen. Click below
You will be prompted to verify your account as above. This process is exactly the same as above, so if you are unsure about verifying your phone number, just follow the steps above to do so.
The only difference is that you will not be asked to enter your current password when creating a new one. After doing this, the new password you have entered will now work for your account. Now, remember!