The easiest way to set your default user profile settings in the Control Panel is to use the User Accounts settings utility. This utility can be found in different places depending on which version of Windows you are using.
On Windows 8, 8.1 and 10, you can access the User Accounts settings by going to the Start menu, typing “user accounts” and hitting enter. On Windows 7 and Vista, the User Accounts settings can be found by going to the Start menu, right-clicking on Computer, and choosing Properties.
Once you have opened the User Accounts settings, click on “Manage another account” which can be found at the bottom of the window. From here, you will see a list of all the user accounts that have been created on the system. Select the account for which you want to set the default user profile settings.
Next, click on “Change the account type” and select “Administrator” from the drop-down menu. This will give the user full control over the system and will allow them to make changes to the default user profile settings. Click OK to save the changes.
Now, you can go back to the main User Accounts window and click on “Change the account type” again. This time, select “Standard user” from the drop-down menu. This will prevent the user from making any permanent changes to the system.
Finally, you will need to go to the “Advanced Settings” tab and check the box labeled “Use my defaults for this account”. This will ensure that any changes you make to one user’s profile will be applied to all other users. Click OK to save your changes and you’re done!
Setting your default user profile settings in the Control Panel is a simple process that will help keep all of the user accounts on the system running smoothly. With a few clicks, you can make sure everyone has the same settings.