Select Start > Settings > Accounts .
Under Family & other users, select the account owner name (you should see “Local account” below the name), then select Change account type.
Under Account type, select Administrator, and then select OK.
Sign in with the new administrator account.
How to create a local account in Windows 11?
Use the netplwiz command. Press WINDOWS + R to launch the Run command.
Enter netplwiz in the text field and click OK accordingly.
In the user account window, click Add.
Select Sign in without a Microsoft account (not recommended).
Click the “Local Account Found” button.
Enter the login and password (optional) for the new user and account, hint, in the subsection set a password.
How do you set up a new administrator account?
Enter the name that clients want the user portfolio to have and select ‘Administrator’.
Click Create an account.
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How do you change your admin account?
Open the Start menu by clicking the Windows icon in the lower right corner of the screen, or by accessing the Windows keys on your current keyboard.
Open the settings represented by each gear icon currently above the power button. Open your settings. This
From the settings menu, select “Accounts” to view a person’s photo.
How do I access admin account?
Using Local Users and Groups Press Win + R on your keyboard and also type lusrmgr.msc in the Run dialog box. Press Enter.
In the Local Users and Groups app, open the Users folder.
Find the administrator account and double click on it.
In the Administrator Properties dialog box, clear the Account is disabled check box.
Click Apply, then click OK.
How do I change my administrator account to Administrator on Mac without administrator password?
Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click User Groups. Click the lock icon. To unlock it, enter your administrator password and ID. Select a standard user or managed member from the list of users, then select Allow user to control a specific computer.
Can you set a local user as an administrator account and not have a Microsoft account linked to that local user?
Create a local user account for a child or someone else who doesn’t have a Microsoft account. If necessary, can you give this user admin rights? The offline account is just another old account.
Vijay is a tech writer with years of experience in the Windows world. He’s seen it all – from simple problems to catastrophic system failures. He loves nothing more than helping people fix their PCs, and he’s always happy to share his wisdom with anyone who needs it.
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