Q. After having issues with Win 10 taskbar, which still dosen’t function normally, I allowed a MS tech access to my PC. To correct the taskbar issue, he created another User account as administrator, stating that the original user account was probably corrupted.
Not all user accounts can access all programs and files. Can I delete all user accounts and have only the administrator account with total access to every function of my PC? I do not have a need for multiple user accounts.
OS: Windows 10 Home Edition CPU: Intel 2.80GHz RAM: 3.00 GB System Type: 32-bit OS, x 64-based processor
Original title: Multiple user PC access
Try a few of the below troubleshooting steps to delete the local user account and check if it helps.
Step 1: Steps to Remove a User Account in Settings
- Press Windows key, click on Settings.
- Click on Account, click on Family, and other users.
- Select the user you want to delete under Other users and click on Remove.
- Accept the UAC (User Account Control) prompt.
- Select Delete account and data if you wish to delete the account and the data and follow onscreen instructions.
Step 2: Steps to Delete a User Account in Command Prompt
- Press Windows + X keys from the keyboard, select Command Prompt (Admin).
- Type net user and hit Enter to list the user accounts on your device.
- Type net user “User account ” /delete and hit Enter to delete the user account.