One classic way to protect your system is to set up passwords. Think of a
password as the key that lets you unlock the door to a particular resource such
as your computer, a drive, or specific files. Accordingly, you can set various
types of passwords on your system, depending on which resource you want to
protect. For example, you can set up passwords to limit access to Windows, the
network, printers, or your files.
As you make up your passwords, keep the following in mind: To make a password hard to crack, itís a good idea to use a mix of letter and numbers; techhead547263 is harder to decode than techhead. Also remember that many passwords are case sensitive, so donít forget how you used uppercase and lowercase letters in your password.
If the above options do not provide enough security for you, download Access manager for Windows.
Access manager provides much more security than standard ways in Windows.
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