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Paint,

Yes, you can add a new user to your computer. Hit the Windows button, then Cog which takes you to settings. This is where you can add users. I'm not looking at the screen as my work computer is setup differently, but you should be able to add a user that is NOT an Administrator.

Set a password only you know for your account.

Then set the password for BF's account and login to the BF account.

BF will have to setup passwords etc for common websites.

You can then move BF's files from your account to BF's but BF won't be able to do the same without your password.

This is how my home computers are setup.

HereIGo
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Yes, under the start button use the sign-out option. Then have BF sign-in with his own username/password.
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So is that going to give me the chance to create a password for myself?
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Try it and see what happens on yours. I think the answer is yes.
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Paint,

Yes, you can add a new user to your computer. Hit the Windows button, then Cog which takes you to settings. This is where you can add users. I'm not looking at the screen as my work computer is setup differently, but you should be able to add a user that is NOT an Administrator.

Set a password only you know for your account.

Then set the password for BF's account and login to the BF account.

BF will have to setup passwords etc for common websites.

You can then move BF's files from your account to BF's but BF won't be able to do the same without your password.

This is how my home computers are setup.

HereIGo
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