In Local Users and Groups (see the following picture), you can enable or disable the built-in Administrator and Guest accounts, rename them and the user accounts added, etc. With the purpose of helping you open it at a quick speed, this article illustrates the steps to create a shortcut for Local Users and Groups on Windows 10 desktop.
Video guide on how to create a shortcut for Local Users and Groups on desktop:
Step 1: Click the lower-left Search icon, enter notepad and tap Notepad in the results.
Step 2: Input lusrmgr.msc in the Notepad.
Tip: The information entered refers to the run command of Local Users and Groups.
Step 3: Click File and choose Save As to save the file.
Step 4: In the Save As window, select Desktop, type Local Users and Groups.cmd in the file name box and click Save.
After these steps, the CMD file called Local Users and Groups (as shown in the screen shot below) will turn up on the desktop, which assists you to open Local Users and Groups via Command Prompt.
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