Introduced first in Windows 8.1, Assigned Access is a setting that lets you restrict a specified standard user account to only use one Windows Store App when signed in. It’s also called Kiosk mode because you can restrict customers to
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While it’s not recommended bypassing a login screen in Windows, sometimes you do need it for some applications to run automatically after a computer reboot. It also work well on home computers too because in a secure and trustworthy environment,
There are many ways you can move user documents away from the main Windows Operating System partition. By moving the user profile files away from the OS partition you can isolate the files running by the system from the files created by you.
This just occurred to me lately. I have a fresh install of MS SQL Server 2012 express. Installation went smooth without an error but unfortunately I wasn’t able to create a new user to log in to the database other
There is always an hidden Administrator account associated for every Windows since Windows Vista. By default, the build-in Administrator account is hidden. Administrator account is used for making system wide changes that could affect all other users on the computer. If you
Here is a quick tip on how you can add a new user account that’s not linked to any Microsoft Account online, a local account that only exists on your PC and nowhere else. While it’s great that Microsoft pushes the
Previously we have covered that Using Microsoft Account is more secure than those using traditional local accounts. But what we didn’t talk about is how easy it is for others to break into your computer, e.g. retrieving your local user