Although perhaps the most usual is to use Window with a single user account, it is often necessary to have multiple accounts, especially on shared computers. This makes things a lot easier when we share the computer with our siblings, roommates or if underage users have access to the PC and we want to control their access.
For this, Microsoft’s operating system offers the possibility to create different users accounts, to manage, eliminate, or to give them certain privileges. That is why, we are going to share below a small guide on user accounts in Windows 10, how to create a new account, enable a guest account, change to administrator account, delete accounts, etc.
Create a new user account and rename accounts
If you want to create a new user account, then the first thing you have to do is go to the Windows 10 Settings page from the Start menu and select Accounts. Once you do this, enter the Family & other people section and you will see in the right panel the options of adding a relative or another person. If you want to create an account for anyone then choose the second option, then enter their email account, click next and it’s done. If you do not have access data for that person, then you can click on this option and indicate the email and password that you want to use to log in to the system.
If on the contrary you want to create a family account, then select the add family option. This makes it possible for all family members to set up their own login and desktop or to make children not have access to certain websites, applications, games or even set time limits for using the PC.