6 thoughts on “How To Disable or Enable A User Account in Windows 10

  1. Dave Stenhouse

    Windows 10 appears to have “Default” user account enabled without a password and with local administrator rights! This is surely a huge security risk!

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    1. Sergey Tkachenko Post author

      Hi Ed.
      This is mentioned in the article.

      The Local Users and Groups tool is not available in the Home (Core) edition of Windows 10. Instead, you can use a special console command.

      Have you read it?
      For Home users, there is an alternative solution, again mentioned in the article.

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  2. Tobi

    Well this doesn’t work anymore due to the uselessness that is Microsoft, removing the user field and trying to force you to use their stupid “settings” menu…

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