Normally, when we want to delete a user in Windows XPThe solution is very simple: open Control Panel> Administrative Tools> Computer Management> Local Users and Groups> User, Give the user right-clicking on that we want to delete and select Delete.
In some situations, however, such as the view bogdan brought in comments on this article, users simply Keep deleted.
Can you tell me how to delete a User Administrator in Windows XP because it does not let me […] Of course I log in with the Administrator user and the password when it starts Windows XP. I can't delete it from the Control Panel.
The most likely cause of this problem may be times that user belongs to the Administrators group of the system (and were granted Administrator privileges when it was created), in which case you must first boot Windowsul in Safe Mode then we login using the username Administrator default user to delete "stubborn" or user Administrator (the set of Windows XP) not active (That can be accessed only in Safe Mode) and outside of the user that we want to delete do not have another user created in the system (Windowsthe user needs at least one user to be able to load).
In this case it is a Administrator user (First version) not let removed from the system using the method described at the beginning of this article. If the user can not be removed from control Panel not when Windowsthe boot is in Safe Mode, the next method will definitely have more chances of success.
- boot Windows XP in Safe ModeThen open Run from Start Menu
- in the field of law Open type the command userpassword2 control and click on OK
- opens a window User Accounts which will list all existing users in Windows. Select the user you want to delete and click remove
- will see a dialog will ask if you are sure you want to delete the user. Click OK
And ready. User was removed from the system and after restart Windowsu will log in directly the other existing user (whether the user is Administrator, be it by another user) if it does not set a passwordOr displays login screen (Windows Logon) If it is password protected (or if there are more users create).
If the default Administrator user is not active - And you have no other user created out of the system you want to delete - will be activated automatically after deleting the other user, for Windowsit can be charged.
STEALTH SETTINGS - How to delete an Administrator user in Windows XP