1. Administrator account: This is the most powerful user account in Windows and can make changes to the system, install software and hardware, and make all other configurations.
2. Standard user account: This type of user account has limited access to system settings and certain applications. It cannot be used to install software or hardware or make changes to the system settings.
3. Guest account: This type of user account is generally intended for visitors who need temporary access to your computer. It has limited privileges and is not allowed to make any changes to the system or its settings.
4. Child account: This type of account is created to monitor and limit the activities of children on the computer. Parents can use this to set up an appropriate digital environment for their children by limiting access to certain websites, applications, games, etc.
5. Power user account: This type of user account is similar to a standard user account but with more privileges. It has access to more settings and applications than a standard user account, but cannot make changes to the system settings.
6. Group account: This type of user account allows multiple users to share resources on the same computer. Each user in the group has its own account with varying levels of access depending on the type of user.
7. Network account: This type of user account is used to access a network or multiple computers connected to the same network. The user has access to only those resources allowed by the network administrator.
8. Remote user account: This type of account is used to provide users with remote access to a computer or network. It is commonly used by workers who need to access a company’s resources from outside the office.
9. Service account: This type of account is used by services running on Windows such as databases, web servers, etc. It has special privileges that allow it to run applications in the background without user intervention.
10. Domain account: This type of user account is used to access a domain or multiple computers connected to the same domain. It is managed by the domain administrator and has access to all resources allowed on the domain.