First of all, you need to determine, which includes a computer to a domain or a workgroup. Depending on the accessories of the machine, the connection settings of the account "Guest" is changing a little.
To determine where to enter your computer, right click on the icon "My computer". In the opened window, under "computer Name, domain name and workgroup settings you will see either the words "Domain" or "workgroup", after which comes the name, for example "Workgroup".
If your computer belongs to a domain. Open the "user Accounts" by navigating to "start" -> "control Panel". In the opened window select "user Accounts" and then "user Accounts". Select "Manage user accounts". If your computer has an administrator password, the system will be prompted to enter or confirm. Enter the password. After confirming the password, in the opened window, go to the Advanced tab, click Advanced, and select "Guest". In the dialog box "properties of the guest account, clear the check box beside "Disable account record". Click "OK". Accounting entry "Guest" is enabled.
If your computer is in a workgroup. Go to "start" -> "control Panel" -> "user Accounts and family safety" -> "user Accounts". In the opened window, select "Manage another account recordYu". Once click on the icon that says "Guest". In the next window you are asked to enable the account the account "Guest"? Click "Enable".
After you enable account "Guest"when the login screen appears with the choice account. Select the account record by clicking on it. If you are a basic computer user, don't forget to set an administrator password so that other users could see and edit your documents, and install and remove programs.
Guest accounts are not supported in Windows 7 starter.