Windows 8 Profile change

Hi,
I am running Windows 8 on my 11 year old son's computer. When I set it up, I used my email address, name, login, etc...
Then my son started using the computer for various things, mostly email, Word and playing games like Minecraft.
A few months later, I set up a login for him, and he can log into the machine, but the email client "app" still checks my outlook.com email (not his) and all of his game settings/preferences are gone when he logs in.
So, it would seem I need to somehow move across the settings from my login to his. I can fine the Minecraft settings easily enough, but I'm wondering about the Windows/email settings.
Is there some simple way to make it so when he logs into the machine using his login (email address), he will have all of his settings and not mine?
Thanks
Nacht
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Perhaps delete the profile, shut down the machine, start up and make a new profile. Your settings and email should not move to a new profile.  Make sure you do not run anything in the new profile that is yours.

Setting up a new profile is the easiest approach.

I assume you are running Windows 8.1 (because true Windows 8 can no longer get updates).

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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
@nachtmsk  - Thanks and I was happy to assist. Good luck with the new profile.
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