Apart from what is visible to you on the login screen, Windows 10 tends to create several users and groups in the background to carry out several tasks on a computer. However, they are not visible to a normal user and are logged in in the background and serve a great deal in permission structuring. Thereare variousways to see and manage them on the computer.
Open Local Users and Groups on Windows 10
The following methods will help you to open and view Local Users and Groups on Windows 10:
- Using the Computer Management utility.
- Using the Run box.
- Using Windows Search box.
- Using Windows Command Prompt.
- Using the Windows PowerShell command line.
1] Using the Computer Management utility
Right-click on This PC icon on your Desktop or from the File Explorer.
From the left side navigation panel, select Local Users and Groups under the expanded list of Computer Management (Local).
You are in the destination utility now.
To open Local Users and Groups window, you have to invoke its process, which is called lusrmgr.msc, and you can do this in the following four ways.
2] Using the Run box
Hit the Windows Key + R button combination on your keyboard.
Type in lusrmgr.msc and hit Enter.
It will open the Local Users and Groups window.
3] Using Windows Search box
Hit the Windows Key + S button combination on your keyboard. It will launch the Windows Search Box.
Search for lusrmgr.msc and hit Enter.
The Local Users and Group window will now be open.
4] Using Windows 10 Command Prompt
Open Windows Command Prompt and execute the following command:
You will arrive at your destination window.
5] Using Windows PowerShell command line
Open Windows PowerShell and execute the following command:
It will open at your destination window.
Add or remove Users from Group
To add or remove Users from a Group:
- Open the Groups folder
- Select the Group
- Double-click on the group
- Under the Members box, select the user you want to delete.
- Click on the Delete button.
To add a User, click the Add button and follow the process.
I hope this helps.