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Chapter 28. Managing Users > Working with Passwords

Working with Passwords

By default, Windows does not create passwords for user accounts when they’re created. You really should create a password for every account on your computer. Not only do passwords prevent people from using your computer without permission, but Windows disables some features on accounts without passwords. For example, the Remote Desktop feature isn’t available to you if your account doesn’t have a password.

So, to get the most out of Windows and for safety’s sake, create a password on every account on your computer.


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