Access someone else’s computer | No authentication required

If you need to access someone’s hard drive then I will tell you a quick way to do it. Before you do so, you need to be sure that the drives aren’t locked.
Equipment required: A laptop computer, A pen drive
The first thing you need to do is download a .iso file of any Linux distribution (Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, etc.). Get a pen drive of more than 1 GB of storage capacity. Download a Universal USB installer to make your pen drive bootable. Make your pen drive bootable (watch the videos on YouTube if you don’t know how to make it bootable). After the processing is done. Plug the pen drive into the locked computer you want to access/use. Boot the computer selecting the boot disk as the pen drive. After you do it, you can try the Linux distribution. Trying doesn’t mean installing. So you don’t have to worry that you are wiping the data or installing a Linux distribution on the computer. You will be able to use the computer immediately requiring no authentications. Doing so can allow you to access the HDD as well if the drives aren’t locked by another operating system. You can listen to the music, watch movies, browse the Internet, work on Documents and much more by trying the Linux distribution. Make sure that you don’t eject the pen drive while you are doing so.
If you have a pen drive already made bootable then you can use anyone’s computer anywhere you want. There is an another way as well to do all these kinds of stuff. Please follow this link to know how.






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