In this video, we’re going to talk about adding different user accounts on Windows 10, as well as how to set parental controls, and more. There are a few different ways to do this, but you’ll always start by clicking the Start button Selecting Settings Then opening the Accounts option. From there, select Family & other users on the left side of the screen. Then, scroll down to Other Users and select Add someone else to this PC. Now if the person you want to add already has their own Microsoft account, you can simply Add their email address here, then click Next. Now if you want to add someone without a Microsoft account, you’ll start the same way. Under the Other users section, select Add someone else to this PC. A dialog box will appear. At the bottom, choose The person I want to add doesn’t have an email address. An account creation page will appear. From here you can create a new email address for this user, or select Add a user without a Microsoft account to create a local user. A local user is one that does not require a Microsoft account and does not need the Internet to sign in. From there, you’ll just need to enter a few details, like the user’s name, password, and password hint. When you’re done, click Next. Now if you’re using your computer at home, you can use the parental control features to set up a managed account for your children. To do this, start from the Family & other users settings, then select Add a family member. A dialog box will appear. From here, select Add a child, then enter that child’s email address. Do note that if you want to set up parental controls on Windows 10, that user will need an email address and their own Microsoft account. Unlke previous versions of Windows, you won’t be able to set parental controls for a local user. The newly added family member will then need to confirm the invitation to your family. Once they’ve accepted the invitation, come back to the Family & other users settings and choose Manage family settings online. A new page will appear, and from here you can choose which users you want to manage. For example, you can set restrictions on web browsing by blocking inappropriate websites. Apps an games downloaded from the WIndows store. The Screen time settings even allow you to control how much time users can spend on the computer, as well as when they’re allowed to use it. There’s one other important setting we’d like to show you here. By default, your computer has one Administrator account. It’s the one that you first set up when you started using Windows 10, and it’s probably your account by default. But if you want other people to have Administrator level control over the computer, which allows them to install new software and change system settings you can make them an Administrator as well. To do this, simply select the user, click Change account type then choose Administrator from the drop-down menu in the dialog box that appears. Ok, there’s one other thing we’d like to show you. If you’re currently signed in, it’s easy to sign out of your account so other users can sign or, or quickly switch between accounts. To do this, click the Start button, then select the current user near the top-left corner. From there you can sign out of your account, or click another account to quickly switch between them. And that’s it! Those are the basics of user accounts on Windows 10!