Quote: Originally Posted by pmokover
Thanks for the suggestion but the person I'm giving the PC to is smart enough to change the workgroup name back.
Obviously this PC has stored the password for each of the other PCs. How do I delete them?
To access your workgroup, that person would have to be on your wired/wireless network. How will he do that unless he lives in the same house and uses the same network and knows the ip settings?
Second, how will he know the workgroup name unless you tell him? Even after that he'll need to know the login and passwords for your other computers to access them. How will he know those?
For cached passwords, try clicking on Start button, then in the Run box type:
Hit Enter. This'll bring up the credentials manager.
Alternatively, just change your password. BTW, if you're paranoid, format and reinstall Windows 7. How do you know he's not going to try recover deleted files with recuva or something?