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Multiple users in Windows 8?

Can you have more than one user in Windows 8 as in WIndows 7? Is it easy to do?

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Multiple users in Windows 8?

Hi ibenozy,

You can access the Charm bar by hovering the mouse over the bottom right corner where the clock is located and swiping up. Click 'Settings icon'>> click 'Change PC settings>> Click 'Users'. You will see details of your own account on the right, and you will see a plus-sign button at the bottom with the text 'Add a user'.
Click the link to view the image.Add a user
You can also refer to this video to add a user account: Add a user account

If you do not want to use the Windows Live ID to add another account, refer to this video to switch to a local account: Switch to a local account

Hope this helps.
Please reply if you have any further questions.

Thanks and Regards,
Manpreet C
#iworkfordell

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multiple user accounts

yes you can its under settings

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