Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC
How to change the name of Window XP
If you are referring to the hostname or computer name. Follow the steps below:
1. Right click "My computer" , then "Properties"
2. Click the "Computer name" tab
3. Click the "Change button"
4. Enter the new name.
5. Click "Ok"
6. Windows XP needs to be restarted.
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Windows XP users
Note: Windows XP Home users can only change the Administrator password through Safe Mode Windows Vista and 7 users Change username
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Windows 2000 users
Microsoft Windows 2000 users can change their username by pressing CTRL + ALT + DEL while in Windows to open the Windows Security window. From this window click the "Change Password" button
Enter your old password and the new password you wish to use.
In order to change the username of an account on Windows XP you will need to have an account with Administrator rights. If you're logged in as Administrator or have an account with Administrator rights, follow the below steps.
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