Sometimes you may need to access Local Users and Groups to make some settings. This post shows five ways to open Local Users and Groups in Windows 10.

5 ways to open Local Users and Groups in Windows 10

Way 1: using search box

Start typing lusrmgr.msc in the ”Search the web and Windows” box located on the left side of the taskbar, and then click on the lusrmgr.msc showing under the Best match. Then the Local Users and Groups window will open.

Search lusrmgr.msc

Way 2: using Run dialog

Step 1: Open the Run dialog by pressing Windows + R key.

Step 2: Type lusrmgr.msc in the Open box, and click OK.

Type lusrmgr.msc in Run box

Way 3: from Computer Management

Step 1: Launch File Explorer, then right click on This PC and select Manage. This will open the Computer Management.

Step 2: Expand the System Tools and then select Local Users and Groups.

expand-system-tools

Way 3: using Command Prompt

Step 1: Press Windows + X and then select Command Prompt to open a Command Prompt window.

Step 2: Type lusrmgr (or lusrmgr.msc) and press Enter key. This will open the Local Users and Groups.

Run lusrmgr in CMD

Way 4: using Windows PowerShell

Step 1: Start typing powershell in Windows Start menu, and then click on the Windows PowerShell from the search result to open a Windows PowerShell window.

Step 2: Type lusrmgr (or lusrmgr.msc) and press Enter key.

Run lusrmgr in Powershell