I am afraid that I still have a doubt regarding this issue: as you state in
the tutorial, the change in the registry editor "does not change the
C:\Users\(Your Username) folder name. The only way to do this is to either
create a new Administrator account and delete the old one or reinstall
Vista"... if I delete the current Adm. acc. in order to create a new one with
my name... will this affect to all the folders "under" the old name?... what
I mean is: if I delete the current Adm. account, all the documents, pics...
under this name will be lost for ever?
Sorry if this questions sounds stupid, but I would not like to loose all my
documents just becasue I am going to change the name of the user.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Toy-like people make me boy-like
> Evergreen;524466 Wrote:
> > Hiya Shawn,
> > Thanks for the link (already added to Favourites... just in case)
> > Cheers.
> > --
> > Toy-like people make me boy-like
> > -------------------------------------
> > "brink" wrote:
> > (Registered Owner and Organization)> >
> > > Hi Evergreen,
> > >
> > > In addition to BurrWalnut's solution, this tutorial will show you how
> > > to do that solution with screenshots and more details if needed.
> > >
> > > 'Registered Owner and Organization'
> Your welcome Evergreen,
> Just glad you resolved your problem.
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