Hello Everyone, here is another article for you on how to delete user account in Windows 10? There might be several users with multiple accounts in their system. So for them this article really works a lot. There are various ways by which you can delete your user account, if not needed. But always remember some things in mind that –
- In order to delete any of your user account then you must have administrative rights.
- You can delete not only your local user account but also Microsoft user accounts.
- Once you delete your user account, you will lose all your saved data in your system which is linked with that account only. No other account data will be affected.
Methods to delete user accounts in Windows 10
Delete User Account via Settings
1. Click on Start Menu and launch settings.
2. From Settings window, click on “Accounts” tab.
3. Now, click on “Family & other users” option. Select that account which you want to delete and press “Remove” button.
4. The confirmation dialog box appears on your screen, click on “Delete account and data” to delete that user account.
Delete User Account Via Control Panel
1. Open Start and type control panel, click on it to open.
2. Select User Accounts.
3. Now, again click on User Account option to open its window.
4. Select Manage another account to view the list of all the user accounts in your PC.
5. Select that account which you want to delete.
6. Choose Delete the account option.
7. A pop-up window appears asks you that “Do you want to keep Acc test’s files? Select either Delete Files or keep Files option accordingly.
8. After selecting the option, click on Delete Account option to delete the selected user account.
Delete User Account via Command Prompt
Users can also delete their user accounts via command prompt as well. But since most don’t know the method, here are all the points by which you can delete your user account via command prompt.
1. Open Start menu and type CMD in the search box, right-click on the command prompt option and select run as Administrator option from the drop-down menu.
2. In the command prompt window, type “net users” and press enter to view the list of all the user accounts.
3. Now, in the next window type the following command.
Net user UserAccountName /delete
Note – Here replace UserName with your User Account Name.
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