Removing unnecessary Microsoft Windows 10 user profiles from your computer can be pretty useful if you have too many user profiles, or ones that you don’t use any more.
In order to remove a user account in Windows 10, open the Settings app, and click on the “Accounts” section.
In the accounts section, go to the “Family & other users” tab to see a list of other users and select the user you want to remove.
A popup will appear asking you to confirm if you want to delete the account and all their data. Verify that you’re deleting the right user, as this cannot be undone, before hitting delete.
Depending on your Windows security settings, you might get a Windows security UAC prompt, to verify that you want to use administrator permissions to access the “Family & other users” tab and when you click “Remove” to open the “Delete account and data?” box.