How do I delete a user account from Windows Control Panel?

Deleting a user account from Windows Control Panel can be done in just a few simple steps:

1. First, open the Control Panel by searching for it in the Start menu or by pressing the Windows key + R and typing in “control”.

2. Once you’ve opened the Control Panel, search for “User Accounts” and open it.

3. Now you should be able to see all of the users on your computer. From this list, select the user you want to delete.

4. After selecting the user, you should be brought to the user properties screen. On this screen, there will be an option to “delete the account”. Click this and confirm that you want to delete the account when prompted.

5. Once you have confirmed the deletion, the user account will be removed from your computer and all of their files, settings, and programs will be removed as well.

6. If the user had any files saved on the computer that you need to keep, you can either back them up before deleting the account or copy them to another user’s account afterwards.

If you follow these steps, you should be able to easily delete a user account from Windows Control Panel. Make sure to back up any important files or data before deleting, as they will be deleted along with the account.