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5 Ways to Open Local Users and Groups in Windows 10

The article illustrates how to use the following five methods to open Local Users and Groups on Windows 10 computer.

Video guide on how to open Local Users and Groups in Windows 10:

5 ways to open Local Users and Groups in Windows 10:

Way 1: Open it by searching.

Type local in the search box on taskbar, and choose Edit local users and groups from the result.

Way 2: Turn on Local Users and Groups via Run.

Press Windows+R to open Run, enter lusrmgr.msc in the blank box and tap OK.

Way 3: Open it in Computer Management.

Step 1: Access Computer Management.

Step 2: Click Local Users and Groups on the left.

Way 4: Turn it on in Command Prompt.

Step 1: Open Command Prompt.

Step 2: Type lusrmgr and press Enter.

Way 5: Open Local Users and Groups in Windows PowerShell.

Step 1: Open Windows PowerShell from Start Menu.

Step 2: Type lusrmgr and hit Enter.

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