10) The default account type is ‘Standard user’: To change the account to an Administrator account, click on the user account name you just created, select “Change account type”. As an administrator you have the option to grant / change the new user’s account type to “Administrator”.
To keep the new user’s account as is (‘Standard’) the skip to step #13
Standard User accounts have restrictions: They can run applications, but they can't install new applications or uninstall existing applications. Some applications require elevations privileges in order to load and run, as a standard user you will be prompted to enter an ‘Administrator’ account name and password in order to get past the UAC (User Authorization Control) and run that specific application, without that all important Admin password they are block from running the application. Standard users can change some system settings, but only settings that won't affect other accounts, such as the Lock screen and Desktop background for example.
11) Place your mouse cursor inside the ‘Account type’ box: You will see both types of user accounts listed (Standard User and Administrator).
12) If you want this person / account to have “Administrative” privileges: Click on the ‘Administrator’ option and then click on the ‘OK’ button. To skip changing the account type click ‘Cancel’.
13) Now in the ‘Your family’ window, you will see that the new ‘Local’ user account has been given ‘Administrator’ privileges.
You will again notice that ‘Administrator’ account named JWS earlier (before I created the ‘Test’ account in this article.
14) To exit from the ‘Your family’ window click on the ‘X’ located in the upper right corner.
15) The next time you restart or power on your PC / Device you should see both your original account and the new account listed in the lower left corner. Just click on the account you want to use and enter the password.