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Hello,

I want to setup a "different user" on my win95.  I seem to be missing something.

I created a password file and logon name for this person
but I still can't get win95 to save different background and desktop icons.  If I remove one on mine it changes it on the others.

I will increase points for a good answer.

Thanks

Aeetes
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To enable multiple users to personalize settings

1      Open Passwords from the Control Panel

2      Click User Profiles.
3      Make sure the second option, that users can customize their desktop settings, is checked.
      The next person who logs on to Windows can change settings without affecting the settings you prefer. The next time you log on, your settings will be restored.


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