True statement. ADE will not recognize two different users on the same PC
Almost - ADE will not authorize to more than one AdobeID on the same Operating System ( ie Windows) User. If you want to use the same PC you will need to create a Windows User for each AdobeID that you want to use. (this will manage each library seperately - no sharing between them).
Thanks Jim, at least that gives me some hope :-)
For each of the two users (myself and my wife) I have:
* created a separate windows userid with its own email address
* created a separate AdobeID under each email address
* registered a Kobo under each email address
When I log on ADE is open under my AdobeID
When I switch windows user to my wife's account and open ADE, it still opens under my AdobeID.
How do I go about changing ADE under my wife's windows account to open under her AdobeID, while still be able to use ADE under my AdobeID in my windows account?
Something doesn't sound quite right with your description - just in case instead of a 'Fast User Switch' you may want to log out and log in as your wife to see what happens.
But assuming for now you authorized using the same AdobeID under both accounts - then deauthorize ADE on your wife's account (Ctrl-Shfit-D), and then reauthorize using your wife's AdobeID.
Yes the problem was that I had initially authorised both devices using my AdobeID.
Deauthorising as suggested worked a treat.