Change Permissions for Created User Account in Windows 10

Hi and Warm Welcome to Our blog,My friend in our last Article We explained 

how to create an User account in very easy way(Check Our Last Article 

Here) in this Article i'm gonna explain how to Change the User Account type in 

User Account.

Benefits of Changing User account Type..

When You Create a new Local Account,You are only provided with basic 

Permissions,but after changing your Account permissions to 

Administrator,You can Change some important Settings of your PC,can 

Change and run Any App that Ask for Admin Permissions.

Usually admin Permissions are asked by Windows only if the App try to 

Change Settings of Your PC,Example : installling a New Music Player Will 

Replace System default Music Player Groove Music  Player,So if Some Settings 

Are Changed /Going to Change it Asks  Admin permissions,as Standard User 

May not be Aware of those Changes Made in Computer. 

How to Change ???

To Change Account type in Windows 10,all You need to do is Just Follow the 

following Steps... 

Step 1 : login As An Administrator in your Windows 10 PC.

Step 2  : Press Windows Key.

[Also See : How to Change default browser in Windows 10]

Step 3 : Right Click On Your Account And Select Change Account Settings.

Step 4 : It Will Open A New Window,With Your Account as first option.Click On 

Family & Other Users Which Will Be as Fourth option in left pane.

Step 4 : It Will Open list of Accounts Opened in Your PC,on the Right Pane.

Step 5  : Select the Account You Need to Change.

Step 6 : Click On Account type.

Change Account type in Windows 10

Step 7 : It Will Open A Window Asking you to Change/select Account type,With 

Standard User as Default,Scroll up and Select Administrator.

Change permission for user Account in Windows 10

Step 8 : Click on OK to Save Changes.

Close the window,You Will Be Provided Administrator Rights When You Logged 

on Again With the Changed Account ...

That's All you Have Successfully Changed your Account Type. 

Hope it is helpful.

Don't forget to comment if you have any doubts...

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