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    If you share your computer with multiple people, you can use this guide to set time restrictions to their accounts using Command Prompt on Windows 10.

    When you share your computer running Windows 10 with other users, you can use your Microsoft account to control various aspects of a particular account, including web browsing and app restrictions, and set account sign in limits. However, the account administration is only possible if it's created as a Child account and using a Microsoft account.
    If you must share your device with other people using a local account, the operating system doesn't offer a way to set time restrictions to an account -- at least it doesn't make it easy. Fortunately, Windows 10 like in previous versions includes a command you can use to limit access to a local account.

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    10-28-2016 03:11 PM

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