As an Internet Technology analyst and business owner, I know how important it is to maintain a Windows computer. The first step in maintaining a Windows computer is to configure it properly during the initial setup. One of the most important things you can do is to create separate non-privileged users.

Why are separate non-privileged users good to use? By using separate non-privileged users, you can ensure that your computer remains secure. This is because non-privileged users cannot install software or make changes to the system that could compromise its security. They also cannot access important files or settings, which means that they are less likely to accidentally delete or modify something important.

Here is a step-by-step itemized list that explains how to create and use non-privileged users in day-to-day computer use:

- Click on the Start menu and select Settings.
- Click on Accounts.
- Click on Family & other users.
- Click on Add someone else to this PC.
- Choose whether the user needs to sign in with a Microsoft account or a local account.
- Follow the prompts to create the user account.
- To switch to the new user account, click on the Start menu and select the user’s name.

When it comes to software installation, it is important to install software from the non-privileged user account usage perspective. This means that you should only install software from the non-privileged user account. This will ensure that the software is installed properly and that your computer remains secure.