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2 Ways to Enable or Disable Default Account in Windows 10

The Default Account in Windows 10 is a user account managed by the system, and you can enable or disable it by means of the following two methods.

Video guide on how to enable and disable Default Account in Windows 10:

2 ways to enable or disable Default Account in Windows 10:

Way 1: Enable/disable the account via its properties.

Step 1: Turn on Local Users and Groups.

Step 2: Open Users, right-click DefaultAccount and choose Properties in the menu.

Step 3: Deselect or select Account is disabled, and tap OK.

Way 2: Enable/disable it in Command Prompt.

Step 1: Run Command Prompt as administrator.

Sub-step 1: Press Windows+X, and choose Command Prompt (Admin) on the menu.

Sub-step 2: Select Yes in the User Account Control window.

Step 2: Have the account enabled or disabled.

1. To enable it, type net user defaultaccount /active:yes and press Enter.

2. To disable it, input net user defaultaccount /active:no and hit Enter.

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