Tips To Disable Switch User Option in Windows® 7
What do you know about the Switch User Option in Windows 7?
Windows 7, the new launch of Microsoft, comes with many new features. Windows 7 has some incredible improvements compared to Windows XP and Windows Vista. Windows 7 provides reliable backup and restores solutions for both data files and for your PC. Windows 7 would also help you recover the older version of data files if you save the wrong version. Then, it allows you to run several productivity programs in its Windows XP mode. Among the different editions of Windows 7, the Windows 7 Ultimate Edition is the most powerful one. Then, with the help of Snap feature, Windows 7 would allow to resize the Windows for comparison. Windows 7 is designed in such a way that it is very fast in searching files, folders, applications which it does within seconds. Windows 7 gathers all similar type of documents into libraries even if the files are saved in separate folders which in turn would help you to find them quickly.
Following are some details on Switch User option in Windows 7:
- Switch user option
- Need to disable
- Tip to disable
Switch user option
The Switch user option in Windows 7 makes it easier for users to share a single computer among multiple users. With the help of this feature, more that one users are able to log on to a single computer at the same time. For example, if you are currently logged to a computer, then the other user could also log on so as to watch movies without closing your open programs.
Need to disable
The switch user option in Windows 7 is a feature which is very useful. With the help of this feature, one user is able to switch on to another user without ending the current session. Sometimes your system configuration would be low; in such a condition, you might have to disable the Switch user Option. Then, so as to restrict the end user, the system administrator might sometimes disable this feature.
You could disable the Switch user option in Windows 7 either by using Group policy Editor or by using Registry Editor. Then, if you prefer Group Policy Editor so as to edit the Switch user option. Then, you would have to click the 'Start' button and type “gpedit.msc” in the search box and press 'Enter'. After that, browse the list as Local Computer PolicyAdministrative TemplatesSystemLogon. Then double click on the Hide entry points for the 'Fast User Switching' option. Finally, click on 'Apply' and 'OK'.
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