How to Make changes to user account settings in Windows 7
by: Revengsky Joseph D. Reyes (a.k.a. rjdreyes – jcyberinux.com)
Comparing to Windows XP or Windows 2003 Server, the making of changes to user account settings is easily located. In Windows 7, pretty much the same thing. 😀
Steps/Instructions How to Make changes to user account settings in Windows 7
1. Go and click to Start (Windows Logo), then go and click to Control Panel.
2. Look for the User Accounts and Family Safety, go and click it.
3. Look for the User Accounts, go and click it.
4. Then from there, now you can set or make changes on the following options or settings, like Change your password, Remove your password, Change your picture, Change your account name, Change your account type, Manage another account, Change User Account Control Settings, and more…
Note: In order to work the changes(in other settings you may ever change), it will ask you to restart your computer. And also in setting account type(Standard user), you must have two administrator account available and active(for example: your account and the another administrator account). 😀
I hope this guide helps you out. 🙂