To change names of the user accounts on your Windows 10 PC, you can put the following three methods into practice.
More reading: How to Create Password for User Account in Windows 10.
Tips: Even if you set a strong password to Windows user account, it still can be reset or recovered with software in a short time. To get more detail, please see How to Reset Windows 10 Forgotten Password. So, I strongly recommend that you set a HDD password to your computer to raplace Windows password. For detail, see Detailed Explanation of HDD Password.
Video guide on how to change user account name in Windows 10:
Way 1: Change account name in Control Panel.
Step 1: Access Control Panel/User Accounts and Family Safety/User Accounts.
Step 2: Choose Change your account name.
Step 3: Type a new name in the box and tap Change Name.
Way 2: Change account name in Local Users and Groups.
Step 1: Open Run by Windows+R, enter lusrmgr.msc and hit OK to open Local Users and Groups.
Step 2: Open the Users folder, right-click a user and select Rename in the menu.
Step 3: Type a new name in the name box.
Way 3: Change administrator or guest name in Local Group Policy Editor.
Step 1: Access Local Group Policy Editor.
Step 2: Open Computer Configuration/Windows Settings/Security Settings/Local Policies/Security Options/Accounts: Rename administrator account (or Accounts: Rename guest account).
Step 3: Type a new name and hit OK.