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Change user name, email, password on yoga book

2019-05-07, 12:03 PM

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Is there sommeone who could help me to change the user name of the computer, email password on a Lenovo Yoga Book Yb1-x91f 10.1" Windows 10. I would like to get rid of all those and have my computer open directly to windows. Thank you foryour help and have a nice day.


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Re: Change user name, email, password on yoga book

2019-05-07, 13:14 PM

Settings > System > About has a button that'll let you rename the PC


I haven't tried this and the article does mention possible issue with Lenovo products, but give this a look.




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Re: Change user name, email, password on yoga book

2019-05-07, 13:52 PM

This is a Windows question rather than anything specific to the Yoga Book so you could find more information elsewhere.


But you can:

Back up your data, including anything in your users folders.

Do a reset - instructions here:


or here:



(If you choose to keep your data you'll have remnants of your MS account left on the device which you may not want using up your storage space and you may not have access to it unless you sign into your MS account.)


When it's done and reboots to setup - don't use a Microsoft account but choose the option to use a local account instead. Then reinstate any stuff you need from the backup.


But you should read up on using a local account before commiting yourself - there may be other downsides to it you don't want.


As DoctorDon says there are security issues about using a computer this way - that's more of an issue these days than it used to be.


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