Here's a link that would help you "how to" as you might want to know all your options:Jeff 42,
Yes, you can create multiple profiles for any user (up to 20 is reasonable - to share the space at the same time), just NOT under the same name...it has to be a "different" account, so - make somehanges to the account name... I always add my 'admin' account to any computer I have, as a backup if anything should happen to the main profile...
I mean a collection of settings, software, permissions, drivers for specific hardware, ect.What do you mean by a Profile?
I always liked XP. But, I never needed that feature when I used XP. Oh well. Thanks for the confirmation.XP was the only MS OS that allowed that natively: Windows XP Hardware Profiles - Little known goodies
Yes, I know. I didn't know that what I was hoping for, used to exist, but no longer does. This is the reply that answered my question:This is what a User Account or Profile is
XP was the only MS OS that allowed that natively: Windows XP Hardware Profiles - Little known goodies