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Go to control panel & then user account & set the profile from there

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How to add a user on Nextbook 8.0, and how do I get to smart Lock.


Setting Up a Tablet for Multiple Users Android includes multiuser features for tablets, so if you have a tablet, you can set it up with a separate account for each user. By creating user accounts, you give each user his own home screen, settings, and storage for documents. Each user can send and receive email and browse the Web without sharing his messages and history with other users. Each user can choose a different unlock method to keep his data safe.
Instead of creating a user account for another person, you can create a restricted profile, a kind of limited account that enables the user to access only some apps and content on your account. Like a user account, a restricted profile has a separate space and data on the tablet. You might want to create a restricted profile for a child that you allow to occasionally use your tablet.

Creating a User Account

When you create a new user account, it is best to have the person who will use the account with you so that she can set up the account immediately. In this way, you can ensure that the right person sets up the user account; you can also insist that the person sets an unlock method on the account to help protect the tablet.
If you must set up the new user account when the person is not available, the account appears on the lock screen without a security method. Anyone with access to the tablet can set up the user account, and there is no obligation to set an unlock method.
Here's how to create a user account:
  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap the Users button in the Device section to display the Users screen.
  3. Tap the Add User or Profile button to display the Add dialog box (see Figure 1.9).FIGURE 1.9 In the Add dialog box, tap the User button to start creating a new user account on your tablet.
  4. Tap the User button to display the Add New User dialog box (see Figure 1.10).
    FIGURE 1.10 Tap the OK button in the Add New User dialog box.
  5. Tap the OK button. Android displays the Set Up User Now? dialog box (see Figure 1.11).
    FIGURE 1.11 In the Set Up User Now? dialog box, tap the Set Up Now button if the user is available to set up her user account. Otherwise, tap the Not Now button.
  6. If the user is with you and can set up the account now, tap the Set Up Now button and hand over the tablet to the user. Otherwise, tap the Not Now button.
  7. Assuming you tap the Set Up Now button, the lock screen appears, showing an account button called New User. This account button is selected automatically. The user can swipe to unlock the screen, tap the Next button on the Welcome screen that appears, and then follow through the steps to set up the account.
If you tap the Not Now button in the Set Up User Now? dialog box, the user account appears in the Users & Profiles list on the Users screen as New User, Not Set Up. When the user is present and can set up the account, lock the tablet by opening the Quick Settings panel and tapping your account picture. The user can then tap the New User icon, swipe to unlock the screen, and follow through the screens to set up the account.
Understanding Owner and Nonowner Accounts
To create a new user account on your tablet, you must log in using the owner account. This is the account you used when you first set up the tablet. As long as that account is the only account that your tablet contains, there's no confusion; but if your tablet already contains multiple user accounts, and you find that the Add User or Profile button does not appear on the Users screen, the reason is most likely that you are using a nonowner account.

Creating a Restricted Profile

Here's how to create a restricted profile for a user:
  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap the Users button in the Device section to display the Users screen.
  3. Tap the Add User or Profile button to display the Add dialog box.
  4. Tap the Restricted Profile button to display the Application and Content Restrictions screen (see Figure 1.12).FIGURE 1.12 On the Application and Content Restrictions screen, choose which apps to make available in the restricted profile.
    Setting a Screen Lock to Protect Your Apps and Data
    For the restricted profile feature to work, you must use a screen lock to protect your apps and data. So if you haven't yet set a screen lock, Android prompts you to set a lock when you tap the Restricted Profile button in the Add dialog box. Tap the Set Lock button to display the Unlock Selection screen, tap the lock type you want (Pattern, PIN, or Password), and then follow through the steps for setting the lock. Android then displays the Application and Content Restrictions screen, and you can continue with step 5 in the main text.
  5. Tap the New Profile button at the top to display the Profile Info dialog box.
  6. To add a custom icon to the profile, tap the default icon on the left side of the dialog box, tap the Take Photo button or the Choose Photo from Gallery button on the pop-up menu, and then take the photo or select the existing photo to use. You can then crop the photo as needed.
  7. Type the name for the profile, replacing the default name, New Profile.
  8. Tap the OK button to close the Profile Info dialog box and apply the name.
  9. Touch the Settings icon to the left of the On/Off switch on the Settings button to display the list of settings. You can then tap a check box to control whether the user can use the feature. For example, select the Location check box to enable the user to use the Location feature.
  10. Specify which apps you want the user to be able to use by setting its switch to the On position. Make sure the switch for each app you don't want the user to use is set to the Off position.
  11. Tap the Back button to return to the Users screen.

Switching Among User Accounts and Profiles

After you set up an account for each full user and a restricted profile for each person who needs less freedom, you can easily switch among the accounts and profiles. Follow these steps:
  1. Pull down from the upper-right corner of the screen to display the Quick Settings panel.
  2. Touch your user account icon to lock the tablet. The lock screen appears, showing the list of users as circular buttons at the bottom. The larger circle indicates the last user. The lock screen shows that user's lock screen wallpaper and unlock method (for example, swipe or password).TIP
    You can also lock your tablet by pressing the Power button briefly. The tablet turns off, and the screen goes dark. Press the Power button again to wake the tablet. The lock screen appears, and you can choose which account or profile to use.
  3. Tap the button for the user account or restricted profile to which you want to switch. The circle for that account or profile grows larger, and the lock screen changes to show the wallpaper and unlock method set for that account or profile.
  4. Unlock the screen by using that unlock method. For example, type the password and press the Enter key.

Deleting a User Account or Restricted Profile

If you no longer need a particular user account or restricted profile, you can delete it from your tablet. Follow these steps:
  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap the Users button in the Device section to display the Users screen.
  3. Tap the Delete icon (the trash can) on the button for the account. The Remove User? dialog box or the Remove Profile? dialog box opens, warning you that the user's or profile's space and data will disappear from the tablet.
  4. Tap the Delete button to finish removing the user account or profile.

Understanding and Avoiding Problems

Sharing a tablet with others can be a great way to get more computing out of your hardware budget, but it may bring some problems with security, storage space, and performance.
Apart from actually having to share the physical device, you need to ensure security for your data and that of each user. Make sure you lock the tablet consistently so that nobody can access it without entering a PIN or passcode.
Be aware that each user can accept updated app permissions for the tablet as a whole. This means you should create full user accounts only for people you can trust to deal sensibly with app updates.
With several users storing data and files (especially media files) on the tablet, space may run low. You will need to manage the device's storage using the techniques discussed later in this chapter.
If several users have sessions open at the same time, the tablet may start running more slowly because it is low on memory. You can try closing apps, or getting other users to close their apps so yours will run better, but you will normally be better off restarting the tablet.

Feb 09, 2018 | Smart Computers & Internet

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Preventive Virus Removal Procedures


There may be some of you that have never thought about the power of User Accounts. User Accounts is a Graphic User Interface that has options to create new user accounts. Even though you are the only person using your computer, this is a good feature to setup.
The reason you want to setup this feature is because it can be used to backdoor a virus that has taken control of your account.
Here are the steps to setup User Accounts:
Click the Windows Logo
Click Control Panel
Navigate and click on User Accounts
Click on Turn User Account On and Off
Click Continue
Check Use User Account Control (UAC) to help protect your computer
Press Ok
Click Manage Another Account
Click Continue
Click Create a New Account
In the box type Administrator for a user name.
Select Administrator as the account type
Click Create Account
Click on the Administrator account
Click Change the Password
Create a password with one capital letter, one number, one special character and at least 7 characters long.
Keep that password in a safe place.

Reasoning: Each person who logs on to a computer has a profile, this profile is associated to that persons account. A profile is generically in a path like c:/users/ACCOUNT NAME/documents and settings/my documents. If a virus takes over this profile you will not be able to use Internet Explorer or any program like a virus remover application.
This is why you create another account.
When you logon with your Administrator account you will be able to access Internet Explorer and the virus remover software.
MalwareBytes has been proven to be an affective virus removal application, that is currently free as well.


on Aug 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Windows 8 won't come up - only get "personal settings"


Hi HG not sure which personal settings you are referring to but there seems to be a similar posting on Microsoft's site.Personal Settings - Error message stating it failed to load "Personal Settings" Windows Vista
Asked by dweidensaul
06 September 2010
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Original Title - Personal Settings
Computer booted. Error message stating it failed to load "Personal Settings". Cannot access personal files/photos/favorites. How do I recover? Answered by Diana D
06 September 2010
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Hi,
· Was there any change prior to this issue?
Personal files are located under c:\users\<username>\. You may try to access from that location and check.
Step 1: As a work around, perform system restore.
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/What-is-System-Restore
Step 2: If that does not resolve, then check in new user account.
Check the link "Create a user account" http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Create-a-user-account
If the issue does not persist in new user account do the steps in the following link "Fix a corrupted user profile" http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/Fix-a-corrupted-user-profile
Diana
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Aug 10, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Tried setting parental controls and set up an administrative account, but now its not saying is the administrative account and neither me or my son can not download, install or uninstall anything. Not...


1. to see which profile you are in.
2. If you are in your son profile ( Windows) this may not let you correct any settings
3. Profiles for each person on the computer is in the "Administrator" profile found in the control panel > "user accts" > "set up parental controls"

Feb 09, 2011 | Acer Computers & Internet

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What to do if someone on facebook uses inappropriate language and threatens people and warns them to watch out!


Hi,
Please read the intructions on facebook.
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/help/?page=420&hloc=en_US

What do I do if someone is harassing me on the site or through Inbox?We suggest that you block the person using the "Block List" option at...We suggest that you block the person using the "Block List" option at the bottom of the Privacy Settings page. If this does not resolve the problem, please report the user by clicking the "Report/Block this Person" link that appears at the bottom of the user's profile. To report a user for a message you have received, use the report link located next to the message in your Inbox. Note that you can only report messages from non-friends.

What do I do if someone is attacking me in Facebook Chat?Please keep in mind that only your confirmed friends can contact you v...Please keep in mind that only your confirmed friends can contact you via Facebook Chat. We recommend that you remove this user from your Friend List. If necessary, you may block the person using the "Block List" option available from the bottom of the Privacy Settings page.

What do I do if someone is attacking me in a public forum?We suggest that you block the person by listing his or her name in the...We suggest that you block the person by listing his or her name in the "Blocking People" box at the bottom of the Privacy Settings page. If this does not resolve the problem, please report the user by clicking the 'Report/Block this Person' link that appears at the bottom of the user's profile.

Aug 16, 2010 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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How do i put phone on silent


User profiles
This is used to set up the different ways of incoming call prompts in various situations. Use
the up/down key to choose this option and click the left functional key to enter. There are
many modes of setting available and the default setting is the general mode.
To switch to a new user profile, use the direction key to select the target mode and click
“OK” to enter. Then select “activate” and click “OK” to confirm. Your phone will give an
“activated” prompt, indicating that the user profile is active. The “headset” mode does not
require activation; your phone will automatically switch to the “headset” mode if a headset
is connected to your phone, and back to the previous mode when unplugged.
You can also customize each user profile setting for your preference, the following
operations are available:
(1) Ring tone settings:
Incoming calls: Enter “user profile”, select “personal setting”, and set up the ring tone.
Power on: set up the music for power on.
Power off: set up the music for power off.
Message: set up the message ring tone when a new message arrives.
You can also download ring tones online.
(2) Volume
This allows you to set up the volume for ring tones and keypad tones. There are 7 grades
available. Enter this function and use the up/down key for testing and adjusting.
(3) Alert type
This is used to set up the alert type for incoming calls. Please select the suitable alert
types in different situations.

Mar 25, 2010 | Cell Phones

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Trouble booting vista


This issue may occur if the user profile was manually deleted by using the command prompt or Windows Explorer by a user or by some program. A profile that is manually deleted does not remove the security identifier (SID) from the user profile list in the registry. Since the SID is still present, Vista will still try to load the profile by using the ProfileImagePath that points to a nonexistent path. Therefore, the profile cannot be loaded. This can also be a issue with the user profile entering into a backup state. Manually renamed the C:\Users\(User Name) folder. You can try doing a System Restore at boot to see if it can fix this. If you do not want to repair the user profile, you can delete it and create a new user account If this still does not work for you, then you will be left with doing a clean install

Dec 28, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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I have lost my personal profile on windowes vista


all you can do is go control panel then user accounts to add a new user account and profile.

Oct 10, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Stuck on "loading your personal settings..." screen.


try booting to the SAFE MODE (F8 at boot) and see if you can log in to the ADMIN account from the safe mode. If you can, then create a new user profile, then reboot to normal mode and try booting to the NEW profile. If that works, then the old profile is likely corrupt

Jan 19, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook

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Error code 80070005


ngkimfatt:
It could be Permissions problem, try assigning full admin rights to the person logging in on the local computer and then try logging into hotmail if this does not help:
You have to delete the local profile of the person who is trying to logon to hotmail. To delete the profile:
log on to the local computer as an administrator, (you might have to restart the machine before doing this to release any profiles).
-go to c drive, documents and settings, simply delete the profile of the person who is trying to log onto hotmail.
-Make another user or the same username, assign appropriate rights and log on, you will be fine.
NOTE: I FULLY RECOMMEND TO PLEASE BACKUP ANY IMPORTANT DATA FROM C DRIVE OF THAT PERSON'S PROFILE TO ANOTHER PLACE LIKE D DRIVE OR SOMEWHERE ELSE.

Dec 20, 2007 | Dell Inspiron 6400 Notebook

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