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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by Asipper, Aug 23, 2009.
Can you have multiple users on mac
If yes explain
Yes. Just go into System Preferences, then Accounts. You can setup multiple user accounts from there.
Absolutely, just like you can in Windows.
I wasn't able to get a screencap of the last one, so I did a Google Image Search. But just like Windows, you can also use Fast User Switching (meaning allowing more than one user to be logged in at once).
Can you have 2 itunes accounts
Of course. Each OS X account can be set up with a different iTunes account. If you mean having two different iTunes Store accounts on one OS X login, you could, you'd just have to keep logging out of one and into the other. If you mean two different libraries entirely but still in only one OS X account, that's doable too. Just hold down Option while iTunes is opening and you'll get this dialogue:
Setting up multiple users gives each user access to only the stuff they use. If user 1 has 20,000 tunes and user 2 has 500, they don't see each others. It's a real lifesaver on a school system with users taking different classes.
Please search or actually look at www.apple.com/support/mac101 next time.
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