For somewhat a «fair» price, the home edition of XP and Vista do provide the functionality sufficient for home users. Nevertheless, used to the «extended» Pro environment at the office, we feel ourselves uncomfortable with the restrictions we face upon returning home. And what can drive someone up the wall worse than anything else is the home editions half-baked user account management system, which makes the home environment a digital «handicap».
Nevertheless, thats still not a reason to pay for upgrading to a much more expensive Pro version. With XP Home User Manager, you can regain the freedom and flexibility with the home edition of your OS. The software compensates the lacking functionality and eliminates the aforementioned restrictions and the woe they create.
Once its on your PC, you can manipulate users and user groups like if you were working on a Pro-powered box. Now its natural to manage user privileges (e.g., allow regular users to change system time, edit password or account expiry time, change home directory or profile path) and even connect to remote boxes to manage accounts on remote servers.
With XP Home User Manager, you can create a comfortable work environment within non-administrative user accounts, gain access «private» folders on attached disks, prevent unauthorized access to sensitive data or set account expiration parameters. Other than that, you can quickly toggle the administrators account under Vista, set up user logon script or change profile path. Worth noticing is that all the operations are done through a graphical user interface and require no programming expertise. This is truly that little bit that helps a lot.
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