If you want someone to have temporary access to your computer, you can create a guest account. People using the guest account can’t install software or hardware, change settings, or create a password. Because the guest account allows a user to log on to a network, browse the Internet, and shut down the computer, you should disable the guest account when it isn’t being used.
1. Open Control Panel by clicking on Start menu > Control Panel.
2. Click on User Accounts icon.
3. Click Manage another account. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, just type password or provide confirmation.
To Turn On Guest Account
4. If the guest account is off, click Guest, and then click Turn On.
To Turn Off Guest Account
5. If the guest account is on, click Guest, and then click Turn Off the guest account.