Question about Dell Dimension C521 PC Desktop
Once you get into your computer go to your control panel, user accounts, select user accounts again and select the account you have the password on. Go to password info and disable, delete, and save. Next time you boot up password will not be needed. If you want to make a private directory to place your personal files in, you can password this. The only bad thing about passwords, if you forget it, you might as well say you lost all that info. Easier solution, get yourself an external hard drive that you can put all your personal info on. Thank all you have to do is disconnect it from the computer by clicking on the tab on your bottom task bar. Once it is disabled just unplug it and place it somewhere safe. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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