Windows 10: "Get Started" can't be opened using the Builtin Admin .. but I'm not
"Get Started" can't be opened using the Builtin Admin .. but I'm not
Second time recently I've seen this on different laptops updated to Anniversary:
I have one user account setup; the "built-in Administrator" account is inactive [in fact never been otherwise].
in the one user account I restarted using advanced options in order to get Safe Mode going.
When the system boots, I get the real User account, input the password, and login. Then a box pops up on the screen as follows:
"This app can't open
Get Started can't be opened using the Built-in Administrator account. Sin in with a different account..."
But I'm not using builtin Administrator.
at any rate, is this just a bug I should ignore? any quick way to fix?
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I absolutely do not want an MS...
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