Many, if not most, Windows computers are used by a single person with a single userid. Even shared machines are likely to have a single Windows logon. Defensively speaking, this is not good. Anything can break, including a Windows userid.
Twice I've worked on Windows machines where just after logging in with a userid and password, I got logged off. Like the Soup Nazi from Seinfeld, Windows was saying, "no computing for you." Because I always create two userids on each machine that I maintain, this was no big deal. Windows itself wasn't brutally broken, the … Read more