I call this little glitch "account stacking" I dont really know if anyone has ever seen it before so I could just be saying something everyone has known about for years lol.
Hit WINKEY+R and type "CMD" to open CMD.
Once opened type the following commands: (*)
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Taskkill /F /IM Explorer.exe
Runas /User:Username C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.exe
It will ask you for the account password...So give it...Then it will open the explorer.exe for the other account. But is that it? NO! It will also open the Desktop GUI for the account you entered, as well as other programs that are run with that. I dont think that this is something that Microsoft intended, because if you open up taskmgr again and look at the process you are now running the processes for two seperate accounts instead of just one.
Oh and btw everything that you open while "account stacking" is going to open with the permission level of the "stacked" account. The only link back to the original is Taskmgr or to keep the CMD window you used open. Because both of those are still running with your original permission level.
I almost forgot. To Exit:
Run Taskmgr (CTRL+SHIFT+ESC)
Kill Explorer.exe (Make sure to kill all other programs under the "stacked" account as well.)
Then go up to the top of Taskmgr and hit File>Run>Explorer.exe
There you have it
WARNING: THIS IS A VERY GLITCHY THING TO DO. MAY CAUSE FREZZEZ AND OR FORCED RESTARTS!
I hope that you enjoy. I HOPE its new
(*) This works best if you have a Admin account running it, but it is possible to do it with a standard account. I will explain howto with Admin.