The Google+ app for Windows 10 doesn’t offer any support for password reset in the Settings app, but that’s because it doesn’t yet support an offline login option.
That means the app can’t automatically reset your password for you if you don’t have an internet connection or your password isn’t saved on the lock screen.
But if you want to enable the offline option, you have to do so via the Settings menu.
To enable the Offline option, open the Settings > Privacy & Security menu.
Scroll down to the “Google Accounts” section and click “Turn on offline” to enable it.
You’ll need to enable offline support in the app in order to use it.
That’s because the Google+ password reset feature is a new feature for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
It’ll be available to Windows 10 PCs starting September 19th.
For now, you’ll need a Google account to set it up.
You can find your Google+ login information by opening the Settings Menu.
To do that, select Settings > Accounts > Sign In.
You should see a “Google” button next to your Google login.
You can change the password of your Google account at any time.
To change the default password, go to Settings > Google Accounts > Change Password.
Once you’ve added the password to your account, you can log out of the Google account with a simple tap on the password reset button.
When you log back in, you should see the Google password in the “My Settings” section.
You don’t need to enter the same password twice.