- If you want to remove your Microsoft account.
- Go to the Settings menu on your PC.
- Click on Change PC Settings, and then Accounts.
- Select your Microsoft account from the list and click the Disconnect.
- Button under your name and email address.
- Then confirm your entry by entering your password.
- When Windows asks you.
To alter a primary mail account, you must first update the login account to the one you wish to designate as a primary account. You must set up a Local user account as the login account. Switch back to Microsoft accounts and give that user an Email address as your primary email address.
To enable this option, choose the Remove button. To remove a user account on Windows 8 or 10, follow these steps: Go to Start/Settings Open Control Panel and select User Accounts Delete another account Select an old user account. Click Delete Account to begin the process of deleting your profile. If you wish to keep any files from the previous account
On the taskbar, select the Start button. Select the account name icon on the left side of the Start menu to change users.
To change user, tap the pull-down arrow in the window and select Switch user from the list, as shown in the following image. Select OK to continue.
In the Start Menu, search for “Run” and then select it. type “control userpasswords2” into the search field and hit Enter. Click the username you wish to modify and choose “Properties.
Make sure your cursor is positioned over the “Start” button. Select the account, then right-click or Control+click or -drag on its name to select it. Click or tap the next user’s name after that. When prompted, provide the new user’s password. To advance to the next step, press Enter or click or tap