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    Don't know the account type users have on your PC? In this guide, we show you five ways to find out.
    On Windows 10, you can create accounts with different privileges to control the tasks users can perform on your device.
    Usually, you'll see two account types, including the Administrator type, which allows users full control, meaning that they can run elevated tasks, install apps, and change settings that can affect all users. And then there's the Standard User type, which is recommended for most cases but more limited. Using this account type, users can only run apps, change local settings (as long as they don't affect other users), and they can't run elevated tasks without permission.

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    05-15-2019 06:11 AM

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