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He can, and he will have his own individual password and account. It won't affect your account at all. Unless he has your password and you allow him to do it.

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I presume you're trying to avoid logging out of facebook so he can log in.

If that is the case, you probably don't want to create a separate Windows account either because then you'd have to switch users on Windows for him to use his Windows account. And that is at least as much trouble as logging out of facebook.

Perhaps the easiest thing to do is install another browser. You could install Firefox of Chrome for free. Your husband could use facebook in Firefox and you could use facebook in IE. That would allow you both to be logged in a the same time.

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Hello! Welcome to FixYa!
Actually your husband has remembered his account that's why when you open Facebook,his account comes out automatically. So you need to logout your husband account before open your account.
Open Facebook, Your husband page will open. On the home page of there is a drop down menu name as 'Account' on the top right side. When u click on drop down. Drop Down opens and the last option is 'Logout', Just click on it your husband account will be logged out.
When it will be logout, Facebook main page (Sign in Page) will open, Now Just enter your Email and password there and your account will be open.
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This should be a two step process.

First, try to reset your password. Click on this link: https://www.facebook.com/recover.php

Second, use another browser than the one your husband is using to access Facebook.
The browser he is using probably has cookies for his account. You may need a browser to store your Facebook cookies in.

To Download the Google Chrome browser click here: http://www.google.com/chrome
To Download the Firefox Browser click here: http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/

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