Control user account access Windows 8.1


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Controlling user account access

If you're sharing a computer with other people, one way to ensure security is to give each of those people their own user accounts. That way they'll log in with their own user names and passwords. Have access to their own libraries, not yours, for example. And you can also set up certain restrictions. And that's what we're going to do right now. From the start screen, let's access our PC settings using the keyboard shortcut Windows+I. Next we'll click Change PC Settings because it's over here on the left where you'll see a category labeled Accounts.

Click there. There are three sub categories here. By default, you're looking at your own account. You'll see your own email address that you use to log in. You could change your picture by taking a picture or choosing a different picture using Browse or People. There are some sign in options that we'll be talking about later on in this chapter. For passwords and PINs for example. But down below is where we're g...

Controlling user account access
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Controlling user account access provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Windows 8.1 Essential Training

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Business
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