Boot the computer in safe mode.
Type in “control userpasswords2”.
Change passwords for any account. This is probably going to be obvious to the user, so you may have to tell them a little white lie. Try something along the lines of: “Oh, I hear computers glitch like that sometimes. Click the button twice. You can always type in recover password if you get locked out and then set a new password” (in which case you will want to set the password to the account to recoverpassword or whatever you tell this person).
Reboot the computer.
1/Download the program LogMeIn. There is a free version, though you can purchase a subscription if that better meets your needs.
Log in to the website. Log in to LogMeIn’s website.
Navigate to the “My Computers” page. It should open when you sign in.
Add the computer you intend to remotely access. You will see an “Add computer” button on the page. Click that and fill in the info for the computer you intend to access.
Click the name for the computer once it’s added.
Log on to the computer. This means you’ll have to know the username and password for the account you’re trying to access or view.
Click “Remote Control”. If you’re trying to be sneaky (such as to spy on the user), try to move the mouse as little as possible and don’t click on anything.
Log out when you’re done.