1
vote
1answer
354 views

multiple users of the same name in windows 7

Recently while going through the users folder in my C: drive, I found out that I had an extra user which I had not created but had the same name as the name of a existing user on my pc, with a little ...
3
votes
1answer
185 views

How to Hibernate Just Current Session in Windows

If we hibernate a PC, it writes everything to hard disk for all users. However I need it only for one user. In other words other users should be able to use the PC. When we lock the current session or ...
2
votes
1answer
104 views

Is it possible to export folders in the “All users” to excel?

I need to get a list of users that have logged onto a computer, i'm currently doing this at the moment by going into the Documents and Settings folder and copying and pasting the name of each ...
1
vote
0answers
140 views

Using another computer's resource (windows), hiding windows

Linux supports multiple X servers, but I was wondering if there is any proprietary software that let you do something similar for Windows 7 (Pro). I am trying to run some app 24/7 on my family ...
4
votes
2answers
267 views

Duplicating Linux-like user account permissions in Windows 7

I'd like to know what are the best practices for creating a limited user account in a Windows 7 system, much like the user environment in Linux, where you have the superuser and the other normal ...
1
vote
2answers
101 views

Multiple “setups” on Windows 7

I would like to create multiple setups on Windows, that is, when I'm working with my computer I have some programs opened, after that I would like to change the setup/user to the "gaming setup" where ...
7
votes
4answers
4k views

Is it possible to run two windows sessions from the same computer at the same time?

A friend asked me if it is possible to have two screen/keyboards/mouse connected to one computer, and allowing two users to use the computer as if they where using two different computers (one ...
2
votes
1answer
6k views

Two people using the same computer at the same time remotely!

We have two computer in office and two people. My computer is much more faster than another computer. Is it possible my colleague connect to my computer remotely and work by my computer? Using ...
1
vote
2answers
187 views

How to hibernate per login

In Windows XP/7 without using a virtual machine, how to hibernate per login? That is to logout with open applications and work in progress. Then at the next login with that user id, to carry on ...