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How do I enable the administrator account on windows 7 professional  64bit

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How do I enable the administrator account on windows 7 professional  64bit?
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Right click Computer, Click Manage, click local users and groups, click users, right click Administrator and then click enable or double click Administrator and uncheck disable this account.
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Many thanks

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sorry that should be right click Administrator, click properties and then uncheck the disable this account.
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