Here is how you can disable Guest account for Windows 7 OS…
I know this article may come as a surprise to some of my readers. Disabling Guest Account? NO! You might say. But my candid advice is that you should not have a Guest account on your Windows. In this article, therefore, I will teach you how not to have a Guest account on Windows 7.
Guest Account is one of the backdoors that hackers can use to have access to your information. In a way, it allows the so-called Guest to be able to have access to your device. It is better not to permit access to your device than to have a Guest account.
- Click the “Start” and right click on “Computer” and select “Manage”.
- When the “Computer Management” window opens, go to “Local User and Groups” and choose “Users”
- Verify that the “Guest Account is disabled by seeing the disabling icon.
- If the Account is not disabled, double-click the Account name to open its “Properties” Window.
In the “Guest account’s properties” window, select the checkbox next to “Account is disabled” and click OK.
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