Are you looking for a way to change the username on your Mac? Well, you’re in luck! In this article, we’ll show you a step-by-step guide on how to change the username on your Macintosh computer. This tutorial is specifically for Mac OS Sierra 10.1, but it can also be applied to other versions of Mac.
To begin, go up to the Apple icon in the top left corner and left-click on it. Then, click on the System Preferences button, which is the second one from the top. Once you’re in System Preferences, click on the Users and Groups button at the bottom left.
Make sure you are using an administrative account in order to make changes. If you have other accounts on your computer or if you want to change your own username, it doesn’t matter. Let’s say you want to change your current username. All you have to do is left-click on the padlock button in the bottom left corner. This will allow you to make changes, but you’ll have to type in your password first.
Next, right-click on the account you want to change and left-click on Advanced Options. Underneath Full Name, you can change the name to whatever you want. Once you’ve entered the new username, click on OK. Your computer name or user name will now reflect the changes you’ve made.
It’s important to note that you need to know what account you’re logging into when you’re signing into your computer. Once you’re done making changes, click on the padlock again to save the changes, and you should be good to go.
We hope this brief tutorial helped you change your username on your Mac. If you have any questions or issues, feel free to reach out to us.