How to Find or Change My Computer's Administrator

The computer administrator account has full access to a user?s computer. Leaving the system with the default administrator settings could be devastating if someone gained access to your computer. They could login and have complete control to delete any files and install any malicious programs they want. These steps will show you how to find and change your system's administrators.

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