by Allen Wyatt
(last updated October 12, 2015)
When you create user accounts in Windows 7, they don't normally have passwords associated with them. You may want to add a password to a user account, however. This can help to ensure that your data is protected from others who may have physical access to your computer. Here's how you can add the password:
Figure 1. The Change an Account screen.
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