I don't know where to put this (and having had one thread moved already) will put it here.
I have a far-away nephew visiting sometime in the next few weeks. I predict that he'll request computer access to email home (for instance).
I'm not saying that I don't trust anyone, but no-one else has ever used these computers before. There is a great deal of personal data (files and folders, photos, bookmarks and history, emails) which I wouldn't want anyone else to have the chance to rummage around - my own relative or not.
My idea is to set up a guest account - which I've never had to do before. The question is: how to allow that Guest access to internet only - presuming that he'll use some internet-email - and NOT to be able to even see the contents of designated Mac's folders?
I couldn't exactly stand over him while he's emailing home, could I?
Call me paranoid or unnecessarily wary if you wish: it's no matter to me. What does matter to me is what these youngsters get up to on computers these days, and he's not going to, on mine if I can possibly help it.
Any helpful replies welcomed. I'm sure this scenario has been encountered before. (No, I don't know if he'll bring some sort of computer with him, but even if he does he'll achieve little to no wi-fi access right here.)