Chapter 1: Getting Started with Windows Vista
log on to this account, you type the account password and then click the arrow
button. To log on to a different account, click the Switch User button and then
click “Log on as another user.” Type the username and password, and then click
the arrow button.
When working at the office, you can specify the domain and the account
name using the format
domain\username, such as enigma\williams. If you
want to log on to the local machine, you type .\
username, where username
is the name of the local account, such as .\williams.
If multiple people use your computer, you can easily switch users by pressing Ctrl-
Alt-Delete and then clicking the Switch User button. At home, the logon screen is
displayed, as with startup. At the office, a blank startup screen is displayed and you
must press Ctrl-Alt-Delete again. Another way to switch users is to click Start, click the
Options button to the right of the power and lock buttons, and then click Switch User.
Figure 1-6. Adding and removing language support