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    Add or remove accounts on your PC

    Learn how to add user accounts in Windows 10 and Windows 11. With an account, each person has separate files, browser favorites, and a private desktop.

    Add or remove accounts on your PC

    This article describes how to add or remove accounts on your PC. Having different accounts on a shared PC lets multiple people use the same device, all while giving everyone their own sign-in info, plus access to their own files, browser favorites, and desktop settings.

    In addition, if you use the same PC for personal projects and work or school, you may want to add different accounts to your PC.

    Note: If you have a new device, you may see an account named "defaultuser0"—this account is inactive and it won't hurt your device or give anyone else access. If you want to remove it, you can restart your device and then sign in again.

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    Add people to a home PC

    The best way to add someone to your PC is to have them sign in with a Microsoft account. Learn more about Microsoft accounts in Sign in with a Microsoft account.

    Select Start > Settings > Accounts > Family & other users.

    Under Other usersAdd other user, select Add account.

    Enter that person's Microsoft account information and follow the prompts.

    If you need to remove that person's sign-in information from your PC:

    Select Start > Settings > Accounts > Family & other users. 

    Under Other users, select the flyout for the account you want to remove.

    Next to Account and data, select Remove. Note that this will not delete the person's Microsoft account, it will just remove their sign-in info from your PC.

    Add people to a work or school PC

    The best approach is for everyone who shares a PC at work or school to have their own Microsoft account. Learn more about Microsoft accounts in Sign in with a Microsoft account.

    To add someone with an existing Microsoft account:

    Select Start Settings > Accounts > Other users (in some Windows editions, it may be labeled as Other people or Family & other users).

    Under Work or school users > Add a work or school account, select Add account.

    Enter that person's user account, select the account type, and then select Add.

    If you need to remove that person's sign-in information from your PC:

    Select Start > Settings > Accounts > Other users. 

    Select the person's name or email address, then select Remove.

    Read the disclosure and select Delete account and data. Note that this will not delete the person's Microsoft account, but it will remove their sign-in info and account data from your PC.

    Add work or school accounts to your PC

    If you're using the same PC for both personal and school or business work, you may want to add various accounts to your PC to make it easier for you to get to the files, apps, and information associated with each account. When you access work or school, you'll be connected to your organization's domain and have access to its resources.

    To add another account to your PC:

    Select Start Settings> Accounts > Access work or school.

    Next to Add a work or school account, select Connect.

    Enter that person's account info, select the account type, and then select Add.

    If you need to remove an account from your PC:

    Select Start Settings > Accounts > Access work or school.

    Select the account you wish to remove, then select Disconnect.

    Select Yes to confirm your actions. Note that this will not delete the account entirely, it will just remove access from your PC

    Note: If an account is either the only account on the PC or the primary account on the PC, it can't be removed.

    Add accounts used by apps

    To make signing in to your accounts easier and faster, you may want to add accounts for different apps.

    To add an account used by apps to your PC:

    Select Start Settings > Accounts > Email & accounts.

    To add an account used by email. calendar, or contacts, select Add an account under Accounts used by email, calendar, and contacts. For other apps, select Add a Microsoft account or Add a work or school account.

    Follow the prompts to add the account.

    To remove an account used by apps from your PC:

    Select Start Settings > Accounts > Email & accounts.

    Select the account you wish to remove, then select Remove.

    Select Yes to confirm your actions.

    Add people to a family group

    If you've added your family's Microsoft accounts to your PC, you can set them up as a Microsoft family. It's a free service that helps families stay connected and keep kids safer on Windows 11 and Xbox One devices, along with Android devices running Microsoft Launcher.

    Note: If you have trouble adding a Microsoft account, see Microsoft account FAQ.

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    Removing Microsoft Account

    I am returning a PC to the store due to damage. How do I remove my Microsoft Account from the PC before returning?

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    Removing Microsoft Account

    I am returning a PC to the store due to damage.  How do I remove my Microsoft Account from the PC before returning?

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    crionsynx Independent Advisor Hi ShaneFeldmann,

    I'm an Independent Advisor and consumer of Microsoft products just like you. Let me help you with your concern.

    In reference to the link below, the following are the steps to remove a Microsoft account from your Windows 10 PC:

    1. Click the Start button, and then click Settings.

    2. Click Accounts, scroll down, and then click the Microsoft account you would like to delete.

    3. Click Remove, and then click Yes.

    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/for...

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    crionsynx Independent Advisor

    Before you delete you Microsoft account you have to create first a local account.

    To create a local account on your Windows 10 PC:

    1. Press the Windows key + R.

    2. Type netplwiz, and then click OK.

    3. Click Add.

    4. Click Sign in without a Microsoft account (not recommended).

    5. Click Local account, type a username, and a password (if you'd like one).

    6. Click Next, and then click Finish.

    7. Sign out of the Microsoft account you want to delete, sign in using the local account you created, and then remove the account you want to delete.

    To remove a Microsoft account from your Windows 10 PC:

    1. Click the Start button, and then click Settings.

    2. Click Accounts, scroll down, and then click the Microsoft account you would like to delete.

    3. Click Remove, and then click Yes.

    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/for...

    In your case, since you will be returning the PC, the best way is to do Factory Reset. In this way, any personal files or settings will also be wiped out.

    Reset your PC from Settings

    1. Select the Start button, then select Settings > Update & Security > Recovery .

    2. Under Reset this PC, select Get started and then choose "Remove everything".

    Reset your PC from the sign-in screen

    If you can't open Settings, you can reset your PC from the sign-in screen.

    1. Press Windows logo key + L to get to the sign-in screen, and then restart your PC by pressing the Shift key while you select the Power button > Restart in the lower-right corner of the screen.

    2. Your PC will restart in the Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE) environment.

    3. On the Choose an option screen, select Troubleshoot > Reset this PC, and then choose "Remove everything".

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/12415/...

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    TO TonyCrofts

    There is no remove option, just a button that says 'Manage' which takes you to your microsoft home page on the web.

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    No Remove button for Microsoft Account in Windows 11/10

    If the Remove button for Microsoft Account is missing from your Windows computer then follow these methods to remove the Microsoft account from their system.

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    No Remove button for Microsoft Account in Windows 11/10

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    Microsoft Windows provides users with the facility of adding multiple accounts on one PC. If users want, they can also remove the added accounts from their system. But some users have reported that they were unable to remove their account because the Remove button was missing on their system. If you are experiencing such a problem, this post will help you solve the issue.

    Remove button for Microsoft Account is missing

    No Remove button for Microsoft Account in Windows

    To remove an account, go to “Settings > Accounts > Email & Accounts.” Now, select the account you want to remove and click on the Remove button. But according to the users, they did not find the Remove button there; only the Manage button appeared.

    The following methods will help you remove your account:

    Use the “Stop signing in to all Microsoft apps automatically” option.

    Unlink/Disconnect your account.

    Delete the account online.

    Remove account via Control Panel.

    Remove the account from the Advanced User Accounts Control Panel.

    Delete account via the Registry Editor.

    1] Use the “Stop signing in to all Microsoft apps automatically” option

    Many users have found this method useful. Maybe it will also work for you.

    Open the Settings app on your system and click on Accounts. Now, click on Your info on the left pane. There you will find a link named Stop signing in to all Microsoft apps automatically. Click on this link. After that, Your info will display Local Account instead of your email.

    Click on the Email & Accounts on the left pane and select your account to delete. The Remove option should be available now.

    2] Unlink/Disconnect your account

    If you have added your school or work account to your computer, you can remove it simply by disconnecting the account. Go to “Settings > Accounts > Access work or school” and click on the account which you want to remove. There you will see the Disconnect button. Click on it and follow the on-screen instructions.

    3] Delete the account online

    If you want to remove a Family user account but are unable to do so because of the missing Remove button, you can delete the account online. We have listed the process to do so.

    Launch the Settings app on your system. After that, click Accounts and select the Family & other users option from the left pane. You will see the “Manage family settings online” link on the right side. Click on that link. It will open a page in your default web browser.

    In your web browser, you have to sign in to your Microsoft account as an administrator. Under the Family tab, you will see all the added accounts to your Windows computer. To remove the account of a particular member of your family group, click More options and select Remove from Family Group.

    This will also delete the account from your computer.

    If you are a member of the Family account, you do not have administrative privileges. In such a case, you can remove your account by selecting the Leave family group option after signing into your Microsoft Family account.

    Follow the instructions:

    Go to “Settings > Account > Family & other users.”

    Click on the “Manage family settings online” link on the right pane. This will open a page in your web browser.

    Sign in to your Family account.

    Click on the Family tab and then click the More option under your account.

    Now, click Leave family group. You will see a popup window in which you have to click on the Remove button.

    This will remove your account automatically from the computer on which you have added it.

    4] Remove the account via Control Panel

    You can also delete an account via Control Panel. Before you begin, make sure that you are currently signed in as an administrator. You can check this in the Settings app. For this, launch the Settings app and go to “Accounts > Your info.” If you are signed in as an administrator, Windows will display Administrator under your name.

    Source : www.thewindowsclub.com

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