Windows XP Home is a great operating system that offers everything necessary for a typical home computer for a price any household can afford. However, it lacks some of the more advanced features found in the Professional edition — and the ability to manage users access rights and permissions tops this «wanted» list. If you would like to stay with the Home edition and yet be able to efficiently manage access rights, check out Local Account Manager.
Local Account Manager is a specialized tool that empowers you with full control over your users access permission within your Windows XP Home operating system. This software enables the Local Users and Groups MMC (Microsoft Management Console) snap-in in your Windows XP Home, which enables you to add, modify, delete users and user groups, grant and revoke access rights and privileges — just like in a regular Windows XP Professional! With these features enabled, you can create multiple user groups (for instance, yourself, your family and guests) with different permissions within the system. Not only does it allow you to restrict access to confidential and unwanted information, but also prevents inexperienced users from damaging the system (making system-wide changes, deleting file and folders, etc). With Local Account Manager, each user gets a personal password and corresponding rights within the system, so you can be sure that each user acts within his or her «personal space» only.
Local Account Manager proves that adding user management functionality to Windows XP Home is easy and affordable!
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