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How to Open Local Users and Groups in Windows 10?

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Local Users and Groups

Local Users and Groups in Windows 10: Local Users and Groups is a tool that allows you to manage users and groups. Creation or deletion of user accounts, password resetting and even more can be performed by using this Windows tool. In order to control access to files and folders, administrators can assign rights and permissions on a user or group account. In this article, we will show you how to open Local Users and Groups in Windows 10.

Jump To:

Start Menu to open Local Users and Groups:

  • Click on the Start menu.
  • You have to type lusrmgr.msc and click Enter to open the Local Users and Groups.
    Local Users and Groups - Start menu
    Local Users and Groups – Start menu

Access Local Users and Groups via Run Command:

  • Press Win Key + R to open Run.
  • Copy and Paste the below command on the Run in order to open Local Users and Groups.
lusrmgr.msc
Local Users and Groups - Run
Local Users and Groups – Run

Quick Access Shortcut to open Local Users and Groups:

  1. Right-click on the empty space of your Desktop and select New. After that, you have to choose Shortcut from the pop-up menu.
    Local Users and Groups - Shortcut Creation
    Local Users and Groups – Shortcut Creation
  2. You have to type lusrmgr.msc in the space given to enter the Type the location of the item in the Create Shortcut window. Then, you have to click Next.
    lusrmgr.msc 
    Local Users and Groups - Shortcut Location
    Local Users and Groups – Shortcut Location
  3. In the next window, give the name as you want for the shortcut or leave the default name and click Finish.
    Local Users and Groups - Shortcut Name
    Local Users and Groups – Shortcut Name
  4. At last, the Local Users and Groups shortcut is created on your desktop.
    Local Users and Groups - Shortcut Created
    Local Users and Groups – Shortcut Created
  5. Now, you can access this shortcut in Windows 10 in an easy manner.

Keep in Touch:

In this tutorial, we have illustrated how to open Local Users and Groups in Windows 10. We have explained three different ways with the representation of screenshots. Manage a single local or remote computer by using the Local Users and Groups. Kindly share your queries/feedback in the below comment section. Thanks for visiting TecKangaroo Keep Learning with us!!

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