Create User Accounts on Your Mac
When you first start up your brand-new Mac, it will walk you through the process of creating an administrator account. While many individuals are satisfied with a single administrator account, additional user accounts can make your Mac.
A second administrator account can be helpful if your Mac has problems caused by software issues. An existing but unused administrator account will have all of the system defaults in place, and can make the troubleshooting process easier.
In addition to administrator accounts, you can create standard user accounts for family members. This will allow them to use the Mac but prevent them from being able to make changes to the system, other than changes to their own account.
You can also set up managed accounts, which are standard accounts with parental control options that can allow or deny access to certain applications, as well as control when and for how long the computer may be used.
How to create a new user account on the Mac Steps
Click on the Apple icon in the Top left corner of your Mac’s screen.
Select System Preferences from the drop down menu.
Click on Users & Groups.
Click the lock in the lower left corner to make changes.
Type your administrator password.
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