We're all different In the way we access the Windows environment when booting up our computer. Some of us prefer to secure It with either a Microsoft or Local User account, whilst others simply want to go straight Into the operating system without any form of authentication. Wouldn't It be great, If you could have the options available with a double-click of the mouse? Well, In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a User Accounts shortcut on your desktop.
Before I make a start, here's what I'm referring to. Unbeknownst to many users of the Windows platform, Is a hidden User Accounts utility that allows you to perform a number of administrative tasks such as creating Microsoft and Local User accounts, removing an existing login password, manage saved credentials and the list goes on. Here's a visual of what to expect when accessing the utility.
You'd be surprised that It only takes a single command to access It, namely control userpasswords2, that can be entered (for example) Into the Command Prompt, PowerShell or the Run menu.
It's not always convenient having to execute commands, thus I will demonstrate how to create a User Accounts shortcut with Incredible ease. So without further delay, let's get this tutorial started.
Step One:Firstly, navigate to your computer's desktop, right-click on a blank area and select New > Shortcut as shown below.
Step Two:Next, In the Type the location of the Item field, enter the following command.
Then hit Next to move forward.