How do I change user account settings in Windows Control Panel?

To change user account settings in Windows Control Panel, follow these steps:

1. Click the Start button, then click Control Panel from the menu that pops up.
2. In the Control Panel, select User Accounts and Family Safety. This will open the User Accounts window.
3. On the left side of the User Accounts window, select either Manage another account or Change account type. If you select Manage another account, you’ll be able to see the list of accounts on your computer. Select the account you want to modify.
4. To change the type of account, select Change account type. You will then be asked to choose between a Standard user account or an Administrator account.
5. In the Advanced tab of the Account Settings window, you can adjust the account privileges and settings, such as which programs are allowed to be installed, if remote access is allowed, and parent and child control options.
6. If you want to change the password for the account, click on the Change the password option in the Advanced tab. Enter the old password, then enter a new password twice to confirm and click OK.
7. Any changes made in the User Accounts window will take effect immediately.
8. After making the changes you want, click OK to close the Account Settings window.
9. To change the account picture associated with this user, click the Change your picture option. You can choose from images on your computer, or use the Camera app to take a photo.
10. Finally, to customize the look and feel of the account, select the Change the theme link. You can choose from different themes, including various images and desktop backgrounds.