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Crashing


469 days ago
replied the topic How to get out of depression fast? created by smell

Maybe you can do some sports to cheer yourself up. Body impacts mood.

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ios or Android?

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replied the topic How to change user name in Windows 10? created by fancylili

@fancylili
Rename user account folder

The procedure described above changes the user account name but the user account folder under c:\users folder will still have the old name. The below steps explain how to rename old user profile folder

Login to the system as an user who is in the administrator group. It should be a different user from the one that you are trying to change.

Open File Explorer and navigate to C:\Users folder. Rename the old folder corresponding to the old user account

Open Registry editor - In the Windows search box next to the start button type regedit and select regedit command from the search result.

Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList

Here you will find several keys that starts with S-1-5 corresponding to each user profile in your system. Check the registry value ProfileImagePath to find out the one corresponding to the old user account you are changing.



Double-click on the registry value and modify the folder name.



Close registry editor and restart your PC.

Log in as the new user name that was changed and it should pick up the profile from the new path.

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@wstemarie
It works. thank you!

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