What are the three kinds of OS X accounts?

Normal user – can edit their own settings only, desktop pic. cannot make system-wide changes

Admin user – can make system-wide changes such as Network, Date & Time, Sharing, Energy Saver, Startup Disk. Can use NetInfo Manager and Directory Setup

System administrator- by default, this account is disabled for log-in (it can be enabled in Netinfo Manager), also called superuser or root user.

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