Windows 7 provides the ability to create multiple accounts: administrator, normal user, and even a guest.Many users who work with the OS, for any operation on the computer (from the installation of simple games and even move files) pops up a window where you need to give permission for this action.The function is called "Administrator".In some cases, you may want to turn it off.
If your computer has multiple user accounts, log in via the account that was created with the status "Administrator".Once the system has completely started, open the "Control Panel".This can be done through the "Start" menu.
In the window that appears under "View" must be selected form of "small or large icons."This will speed up the search for the desired item.If you choose a category, then the desired item is located in the "System and Security".This window will appear subsections, which are necessary to control all system functions.Select "Administration".
This element "Control Panel", find
the line "Computer Management."Run it by double-clicking.In the newly opened window, in his left side, expand the section "Local Users and Groups."Before you will be two folders.Select "Users".It stores information about all accounts that have been created on a computer before.
Select the account that has the status "Administrator".Open it by double click.When the new tab will be visible to all the properties of the account.To disable the "Administration", check the box in front of the column "Account is disabled."After this, click OK.
Disable administration is also using the command line.To do this, open the "Start" menu, then see "Standard" and the feature "Command Prompt."It list the following text: "Net user Administrator / Active: no".After press Enter.The system will tell you that this feature is disabled.As a result of these actions account "Administrator" is disabled.Exactly the same manipulations can be performed to disable any other account.