Do you need a quick way of listing all the user accounts that exist on a Windows PC or device? A method that works on all versions of Windows? You can use a quick command in the Command Prompt and learn this information or store it into a text file. Here's how it is done:
How to List User Accounts in Windows with Net User
Start the Command Prompt, type the command
net user and press Enter.
The Command Prompt displays a list with all the user accounts existing on your computer, including hidden or disabled user accounts.
You can also store this list into a text file. Type
net user > name of file.txt and a file with the name you provided is created under
"C:\Users\Your User Name". To give you an example, in the screenshot below I have created a file named list.txt and I have typed
net user > file.txt.
If you want to create a text file with the user list and have it stored in a specific location, type
net user > "path to the file\name of file.txt". See the screenshot below for a quick example.
Complete documentation about the net user command and all its parameters, can be found here: How to Use the Net User Command.
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