Windows 10Configuration

User Accounts

How to Sign in to Windows 10 if All Accounts are Disabled

If for some reason all user accounts on your PC have been disabled, then you are unable to sign in to Windows 10 and getting the error message that says: Your account has been disabled. Please see your system administrator.

How to Change an Account Type in Windows 10

In this article I will describe two methods to change an account type in Windows 10.

How to Rename a User Account in Windows 10

To rename an existing user account follow these simple steps.

How to Remove a User Account in Windows 10

Follow these instructions to remove an existing user account in Windows 10.

How to Create a User Account in Windows 10

If you want to create a new user account, but don't know how to do that in Windows 10, then this article is for you.

Administrator User Account in Windows 10

As the previous versions of Windows, Windows 10 comes with the built-in Administrator user account, but it is disabled and hidden by default. Using that account you can perform any operations on system features that require the high-level privileges. To enable the Administrator account in Windows 10 follow the steps below.

How to Log on to Windows 10 Automatically

If you want to speed up the Windows 10 startup, then you can configure your account to log on automatically. This possibility is provided for the situations when a computer is used by a single user or when for some reasons you need to restart the computer multiple times.

Add, Change or Remove User Password in Windows 10

Here is how to manage user account password in Windows 10 to improve user privacy protection.

Rename the Built-in Administrator User Account in Windows 10

As you might already know, Windows 10 contains the built-in Administrator user account. In this article we'll tell how to rename that user account.

Create a Password Reset Disk in Windows 10

A password reset disk is necessary when you forget your account password and cannot log on to Windows 10.

Secure Sign-in to Windows 10

Some fraudulent software can plausibly imitate a logon process and steal user account passwords. The working principle of such prgrams is based on phishing and looks like that. After being installed on a computer a fraudulent application displays a counterfeit logon screen, that is looking very similar to the actual one. User is typing their username and password into that window. Then the program saves the entered data and sends it to evil doers.

Configure User Account Control (UAC) Notifications in Windows 10

User Account Control (UAC) has been introduced in Windows Vista. Its purpose is to prevent a potentially dangerous software from starting up and executing. But the UAC alertings may be annoying if they appear every time when an application is attempting to make changes to the computer or operating system.

Run Programs as Administrator or Different User in Windows 10

In this article we'll tell you how to run a program as administrator or different user without logging off.