- Right click on the Start button and select the Control Panel.
- Click on the User Accounts.
- Click on the Manage another account link.
- If prompted by UAC, click on Yes.
- Click on a user account which you want to delete.
- Click on the Delete the account link.
How To Change A Local User Account To Admin In Windows 10 Tutorial
How to Change Your Account Name on Windows 10
Select “Users” from the drop-down list. To modify a user’s name, right-click on the administrator option and choose “Rename.” Name your new administrator using the “Rename” option. After entering your chosen name, hit the Enter button to finish.
The name of your Lenovo router’s user is admin. The password is admin.
Choose Settings > Update & Security > Recovery from the Start menu. Select Get Started > Removing everything under Reset this PC. If you’ll be keeping your computer, choose Just remove my files. This option is considerably faster than the other two, but it’s also riskier if you’re giving your laptop away.
Type net user and then press the Enter key in the Administrator: Command Prompt window. nNOTE: Both the Administrator and Guest accounts are displayed. To enable the Administrator account, use the following syntax: net user administrator /active:yes and then press Enter.
Select Other accounts from the drop-down menu. Click on Manage other accounts if necessary. If prompted, type in the password for the administrator account. Select your desired account and click Remove it (Microsoft admin account).
For Windows 10 Home, use the Command Prompt instructions below. Right-click the Start menu (or press Windows key + X) > Computer Management, then expand Local Users and Groups > Users. Select the Administrator account, right-click on it, then click Properties. Uncheck Account is disabled, click Apply then OK.