When you want to restrict a user from logging into their account, you can disable the user account instead of deleting it. Here are two different ways to disable a user account in Windows 10.
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With Skype removing the need to have user accounts to participate in conversations, user accounts might become obsolete in the near future. Here’s why.
If you want to hide user accounts on the Windows 10 login screen, you can easily do so with a simple registry hack. Check it out.
Have your parental controls set perfectly on one user account and want the same settings on another account? Here’s how to copy parental controls to another account.
When you log in or lock Windows, you’ll see your account details. Don’t like this? Want to hide all user details from the login screen? Here’s how to do it.
The first user account you create in Windows is the administrator account. For better security, it is best to work with a standard user account. Let’s check out how you can enable and create a standard user account in Windows.
Windows has a computer management setting that extends control over user creation & management. Here’s how to effectively create & manage user accounts.
Do you want to restrict your users to only a single app in Windows? Here is how you can setup kiosk mode in Windows 8.
Some of the power tools are hidden in Windows and most people don’t know about them. Here are some of the Windows power tools that you can use.
Mac doesn’t allow you to access other user accounts by default. Here is how you can share files and folders with another user in your Mac.
If you’re using Chrome and don’t feel like letting people poking into your privacy, here are some ways to set up guest users account in Google Chrome.