How to use Deepin 2014 Guest account

Deepin 2014 ships with a guest user account, but you’ll need to enable it before you can use it. It took me a while before I figured out how to use it.

This short tutorial shows how to enable and use it, if you are still trying to figure it out yourself.

It’s a simple, 4-step process: 1. Log in with an account with administrative privileges; 2. Enable the guest account; 3. Log out; 4. Log in as a guest user.

That’s the text version. Here follows a version with screenshots.

1. You are already logged into the system as a user with administrative privileges. So open the Control Center and click on the User Accounts module. Click on the Guest account tab.
Deepin 2014 user accounts

Enable the guest account.
Deepin 2014 enable guest user

Click on the Power module and log out.
Deepin 2014 log out

On the login screen, click on the user icon next to the power icon.
Deepin 2014 login screen

Click on the Guest user icon.
Deepin 2014 login accounts

Log in.
Deepin 2014 guest account

You may now use Deepin 2014 as a guest user.
Deepin 2014 guest

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