You will need
- - Computer with Windows.
If you are an ordinary PC user and you don't need to delve much into system processes and to fine-tune the operating system, it is best to disable the administrator computer. This procedure will be considered on the example of the Windows 7 operating system. Click "start" and open "control Panel". In control panel select "Add or remove user accounts".
In the window that appears, click on "create an account". Then select "General access". Enter the name of your new account, and then from the bottom of the window click on "create an account. The new account will be created. It will be used to login.
Now again open the "control Panel" and select administrative tools. A window will appear. In this way, the component "computer Management" and double-click it with the left mouse button. Then select "Local users and groups". Then click the left mouse button on the "Users" and locate "Admin computer".
Next, click on this account, right-click and from the context menu select "Properties". Check the box next to "Disable this account". Click Apply and OK. Now restart the computer, after which it will start already with your new account.
Note - enable the administrator account from your account you now can't, because it is restricted. In this case, you need to run your operating system in safe mode. Order of actions is the same as when you turn off the administrator account. The only difference is that you need to remove the checkbox "Disable this account".
Advice 2: How to disable administrator in Windows 7
Windows 7 provides the ability to create multiple user accounts: administrator, standard user or even guest. Many users who work with this OS, when any operation on the computer (from the install simple games and even to move files) POPs up a window where you must grant permission for this action. The function is called "Administrator". In some cases it may be necessary to disable it.
If your computer has multiple accounts, log in to the account that was created with the status "Administrator". After the system fully starts up, open "control Panel". This can be done through the menu "start".
In the window that appears in the "Preview" should be selected "Small icons". This will speed up the search of the right item. If you choose a category, then the desired item will be located under "System and security". In this window you will see subkeys that are required to control all functions of the system. Select "Administration".
This element of "control Panel", find "computer Management". Run it by double click. In the newly opened window, in its left side, expand "Local users and groups". You will see two folders. Select "Users". It stores information about all accounts that were created on the computer earlier.
Select the account that has the status "Administrator". Open it also by double click. When will appear a new tab, you will see all the properties for this account. To disable the "Administration", set the checkmark in the column "account is Disabled". After this, click OK.
To disable the administration is also using the command line. To do this, open "start menu" and then to "Standard" and the "Command prompt". In it write the following text: "Net user Administrator /Active:no". After you press the Enter key. The system will inform you that this feature is disabled. As a result of these actions, the account "Administrator" will be disabled. Exactly the same manipulations you can make to disable any other account.