How to Automatically Delete Old User Accounts in Windows 10
In most of the cases, home users have configured one, maybe two, user accounts for their computers, and this makes perfect sense given they are the only ones who use these devices.
In the enterprise, however, this is something rather unusual, especially in the case of shared computers where several users work on the same system with different rights.
IT pros typically configure these computers depending on the tasks a certain employee has to do, so creating user accounts for each of them guarantees data privacy and, at the same time, system stability by not allowing access to critical parts of the OS.
Managing a Windows 10 system with several user accounts can be quite a challenge, especially when new ones are added regularly. And needless to say, the more accounts are being created, the bigger the impact can be on system stability, and this is why it’s important to always remove accounts that aren’t being used.
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