Hi: Looks like I'm not the only one to have had this problem, but since the posts seem a few years old, one would HOPE that Microsoft might have gotten the big hint and fixed this problem. I have Windows 7 professional. First, when setting up, there was a typo in the user name and the system wouldn't allow me to go back to correct it. So, while I did change it so it pops up correctly when logging on, the user folder still has the wrong name. SO I read a post elsewhere where it was advised to add a standard user name, add an admin user name and then 'copy' from one to the other and delete. I did this and it didn't work - the 'copy' function was dimmed and disabled. SO then I went to delete the user names and now it says I must be an administrator to do so (and I'm an administrator) AND it also says they're in use by another program. I can't imagine what this might be since I've loaded nothing onto this computer as of yet. I have to admit, I've had this computer a few hours now and I'm totally fed up with Windows 7. I'm used to working within XP where I had access to files and where my computer didn't treat me like a total idiot. I'm planning to download the Windows XP mode and Virtual PC from the Microsoft site. Will I be able to correct these issues with that? I used XP for what? 10 years? I know my way around that and can make it do what needs to be done. Obviously Windows 7 is another animal - and not a very user-friendly one at that. Anything that anyone can recommend is helpful at this point.