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Part: VI Windows XP for Special Situatio... > Setting Up Windows XP for Multiple U...

Chapter 22. Setting Up Windows XP for Multiple Users

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If more than one person uses your PC, you might want to personalize certain Windows settings for each person. For example, you can customize the desktop, Start menu, Favorites folder, My Documents folder, and more. Each person can create a user account and then set up Windows the way he or she wants. Each time that person logs on, all of those settings are used. Accounts also provide some small measure of security because you can assign a password to each account. To log on (and access the computer), the user must type a password.


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