You can create user accounts separate for each person that will be using your computer. This will allow each Windows user to have their own settings, documents folder, visual style, wallpaper and so on. So separate account for every computer user is much better idea and you can do this simple from command line. To create a new user in windows or to delete a user just follow the steps below.
This guide is tested in Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and 8.
Add a new user account
Command Prompt and select
Run as administrator option.
Here how you can find Command Prompt in different Windows versions:
Windows 8 : Hit Windows key from keyboard and type Command Prompt.
Windows 7 / Vista: Hit Windows key and type Command Prompt in start menu box.
XP : Click on Start button > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt.
On command line type this command
net user UserName Password /add
UserName = Name of the user account
Password = Password of the user account
See the new user account has been added.
Make an administrator user account
Default privileges are limited for all user accounts that created from Command Prompt, to give administrator privileges to a user you need to run the following command.
net localgroup Administrators UserName /add
Where: UserName is the name of the user account
Delete user account
Run Command Prompt as administrator, as we did in
In command line type this command
net user UserName /del
UserName = Name of the user account that you want to delete