Fast User Switching is a useful feature if you have more than one account. With this, users can switch between accounts on a single device. They don't have to log out to do this. It makes many users able to use only one device at the same time. One user's activities are not interrupted by the other user. This post shows how to enable or disable fast user switching using two methods.
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First, you can use the Group Policy Editor.
Method 1: Using the Group Policy Editor
- print Vinci + R have lunch Run.
- Enter the following command. Press Pay in.
- The Group Policy Editor opens. Expand Local team policy. Open Computer configuration.
- Then select Administrative models. This shows some options.
- Click on Hide entry points for quick user switching.
- To enable fast user switching, click activated. When you want to stop, you can click Off.
Here's how to use the registry to get the same results.
Method 2: using the registry
- print Vinci + R keys. This opens up Run.
- Enter the following command. Click OK.
- Please select HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.
- Then click Current version.
- Finally select Pherbs followed by System.
- Find if a field has called Hide Fast User Switching exists.
- If not, then the right mouse button sopra System. Hover the mouse around New. Please select New 32-bit DWORD value.
- Call it like HideFastUserSwitching. print Pay in key.
- Double-click HideFastUserSwitching. Set the value data to 0 to enable fast user switching. Set the value data to 1 to disable.
When you're done, you can disable Fast User Switching and go back to the previous mode. The next time some people want to use the same device, give it a try. With this, you can get on with your important project while someone else is watching your favorite movie! I hope this helps!