How to create a guest account in Windows 10 via command prompt: - Your sister has an important task that must be due the next day. You need to use your PC urgently to do your job. But you are busy with your work and therefore cannot be with her while her work is done. The problem is that it doesn't allow you to log into your manager account, as there could be a lot of important things there. This is when creating a guest account and allowing the guest to access it becomes useful. Creating a guest account in Windows 7 and Windows 8 is a breeze. But when it comes to Windows 10, it gets a little tricky. A guest account has very limited functionality compared to a standard user account or an administrator account. A guest user cannot change the PC settings. No software can be installed, personal files cannot be accessed, password cannot be set. Yes, it's the safest way to let someone else use your system. Read on to find out how to enable / disable Guest account on Windows 10 via our System Symbol.
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- type cmd in Cortana's search box. This will list a variety of Cortana search results. Look for the one called System Symbol.
- Now right click on System Symbol and then click Run as Administrator as administrative privileges are required to enable the guest account via System Symbol.
- Now let's check if it worked. For this, click on the Start menu icon. At the top you can see your username. Click on it to see all other active accounts on the system. There you can see that the guest account is active. If you click on it, you can log into your system via the guest account you just created.
That's all. Now the thought of someone else using your system wouldn't make you anxious. Enabling or disabling the guest account via the command prompt is the simplest of all. Hope you found the article useful.