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how to know administrator password
remove someone from administrator
How do I remove my dead mother-in-laws name off of administrator of her old laptop that was given to me? I tried to wipe it clean, but that didn't work.
Yes I'm wondering how do the files get corrupt? I put my P C to sleep and sometimes I don't use it for a day or so. Then when I get back on I run scans, updates. My virus protector runs when it's a sleep but I still run it my self to. I don't have any virus
change administrator on windows 10
My and I shared a Windows 10 PC. She now uses a different Windows 10 computer, but the one we shared is registered under my wife's MS account, and displays her name. She is happy for me to change the original PC to be registered to my own MS account, and become the Administrator. How do I do that, so that it displays my name? You can see the problem, as it is my wife's name and image appear with this question! I guess any notifications about this question will be sent to her email account as well, come to think of it. No matter, as I have access to her emails.
Ive accidently deleted my Microsoft administrator account
Please help me to get back a Microsoft administrator account on my laptop. Accidently deleted it
To change the default Pc administrator name
When installing windows in my computer the installation boy gave a odd name "user" which I want to change and at that I want to give my name. I tried to change the user profile manly times it was changed but it also shows the previous name "user" and after changing I couldn't get some of the permission such as to open folder option using shortcut menu asking for a permission from the administrator but previous one was not asking for the permission to do this simple tasks. Overall I want to remove that previous admin.. name and give my name a new admin... name. Please clarify how to do it. Thank you,
Everything you need to know about local accounts
Decide whether a local account is right for you and learn how to set one up on your Windows 10 device.
Turning on administrator password for Windows 10 Home
I used to turn on admin password on my system, so that whenever I try to install new software it will prompt me with a password to proceed further. I enabled this in Local Security Policies in Administrative tools on Windows 10 Pro, but on Windows 10 home I am unable to figure out how to do that.
verification code for teams via email
can i get my verification code for teams sent to my email address
Why does this happen?
Windows keeps me out of some folders such as C:/Program Files/WindowsApps: Me: The administrator has full control of the pc, right? Windows: Yup Me: So I should be able to access all folders and change them as an administrator? Windows: Yup. Me: So I should be able to change directories such as C:/Program Files/WindowsApps as an administrator? Windows: That makes sense to me Me: Then let me change C:/Program Files/WindowsApps Windows: You don’t have permission to access this folder.
An administrator is someone who can make changes on a computer that will affect other users of the computer. Administrators can change security settings, install software and hardware, access all files on the computer, and make changes to other user accounts.
To change the administrator name on your Microsoft account: In the search box on the taskbar, type Computer Management and select it from the list.. Select the arrow next to Local Users and Groups to expand it.. Select Users.. Right-click Administrator and select Rename.. Type a new name.
Administrator. Administrators implement, monitor, and maintain Microsoft solutions, including major services related to compute, storage, network, and security. Administrator certification path. The administrator certification path is organized into 3 levels: Fundamentals, Associate and Expert.
Change a local user account to an administrator account. 1. Select Start >Settings > Accounts , and then, under Family & other users, select the account owner name, then select Change account type. 2. Under Account type, select Administrator, and then select OK. 3. Sign in with the new administrator account. Related topics. Microsoft account help