With a simple Group Policy setting or Registry change, you can completely disable Fast User Switching in Windows 10. Here's how to do it. Windows 10 provides several different options and ways to switch between different user accounts. One such way is Fast User Switching. It … [Read more...] about How to Disable Fast User Switching in Windows 10 (Group Policy)
When you want to restrict or block a user account, you can disable it temporarily. Here're the steps to disable a user account in Windows. Windows makes it quite easy to create a user account. All you have to do is set a username, assign a password, maybe answer some security … [Read more...] about How To Disable A User Account in Windows (& Enable too)
If you have a folder named defaultuser100000, here's what it actually means and whether you can delete it or not. Recently, out of nowhere, I've started seeing two new folders with the "defaultuser100000" and " defaultuser100000.ComputerName" name. I don't know what created … [Read more...] about What is defaultuser100000 Folder in C Drive & Should You Delete It?
If you have multiple users and wish to run a program or file as a different user, Windows has the options to do so. Follow the below steps to run a program as a different user in Windows 10. Jump to: Right-click method (easy) Command Prompt method Basically, there … [Read more...] about How To Run a Program as a Different User in Windows 10
Windows lets you create however many user accounts you want with just a few clicks. Just open the Settings app, go to "Accounts > Family and other people" and click on the button "Add a family member" or "Add someone else to this PC" depending on your need. Every time, you … [Read more...] about How to View Full Details of User Accounts in Windows
If your system has multiple users and one of the user's password got leaked, you can force that user to change the password on their next login. This is particularly useful to make their account secure and safe. There are multiple ways to force a user to change the user … [Read more...] about How to Force User to Change Password at Next Logon Windows 10
Though not often, there might be times when you need to know a specific SID of a specific user account or all the user accounts. If that's the case, follow the below steps to find SID of a user in Windows 10. Windows provides several different ways to find SID of any user or … [Read more...] about How to Find SID of a User in Windows 10 (PowerShell & CMD Methods)
When dealing with multiple user accounts, the Fast User Switching feature makes switching between user accounts easy. In fact, you can also create a switch user desktop shortcut for ease of access. When facing problems with this feature, you can disable fast user switching on … [Read more...] about How to Disable Fast User Switching on Windows 10