If you have several User Accounts that are not being used and would like to get rid of them, then you can find below the steps for removing or delete user accounts in Windows 10.
Delete User Account in Windows 10
Windows 10 makes it really simple to create local user accounts which allow two or more users to connect to a computer with their own login credentials, applications, files and settings.
It is also easy to remove the User Accounts on Windows 10, if you have stopped using an individual User Account.
The deletion of the User Account will permanently delete that user Account from your system, as well as all the files associated with it. As a result, you will not be able login into the user Account.
The alternative is to delete User Profile that also erases all files associated with the user however, it leaves the User account blank, which you can log in to and use again.
Notice: In order to delete User Accounts it is necessary to log in onto your admin account, or an account with admin rights.
1. Delete User Account and User Files
The easiest method to remove Local User Accounts on Windows 10 is by using the Settings app on your personal computer.
1. Click on the Start button, and follow it with the Settings icon.
2. On the settings screen, select the account tab.
3. On the Accounts screen, select Family as well as other accounts in the left pane. In the right-hand-pane, choose the user account you would like to delete, and then click Remove.
4. On the confirmation pop-up, click the delete account and data to confirm.
As stated above as mentioned earlier, as mentioned above, the User Account as mentioned above, will be permanently removed from your PC as well as all Settings and Files associated with your User Account.
2. Delete User Account and Save User Files to Desktop
Windows 10 automatically offers the option of saving User’s Files when you attempt to delete User Accounts in Control Panel. Control Panel.
1. Right-click on the Start button and then click Run.
2. In the Run Command window Enter Control Panel and click on OK.
3. On the Control Panel screen, ensure you’re in the Category view, and then click User Accounts.
4. On User Accounts screen, click Remove the User Accounts link.
5. On the next screen, choose the User Account you would like to erase.
6. Click on Delete the Account link.
7. On Delete Account page, select the Keep the Files button.
When you click the option to Keep Files, Windows 10 will automatically create a folder with the name of the user on your desktop. Then, it will transfer all Files that belong to this user into the Folder.