Occasionally for some reason, you may want to view a full list of all user accounts that exist on Windows 10. Now, this page introduces five ways you can see all user accounts on Windows 10.
All active user accounts on Windows 10 display in a list in the lower left corner of the login screen. You can see all of them when you are at the login screen. But the disabled or hidden user accounts won't display here.
Open the Control Panel in Windows 10, and go to User Accounts > User Accounts > Manage Another Accounts.
Then from here, you can see all user accounts that exist on your Windows 10, except those disabled and hidden ones.
Step 1: Right-click on This PC and select Manage from the context menu to open Computer Management.
Step 2: Expand System Tools > Local Users and Groups, and then select the Users folder, so that it will list all user accounts existing on your Windows 10, including the disabled or hidden accounts. Furthermore, you can double-click on each user's name to see its properties if you want.
Step 2: Type in the command: net user, and then press Enter key so that it will display all user accounts existing on your Windows 10, including the disabled and hidden user accounts. They are arranged from left to right, top to down.
Step 3: If you want to view detailed information or properties about a specific user account, just type in the command: net user username, for example, net user Bella, and press Enter key. Then the window displays detailed information and properties about that user account, such as its full name, account active state, if the password is required or not, and so on.
Beyond that, you can also see the list of all existing user accounts using the third-party Windows Password Refixer tool. It would be helpful especially when you can't log on to Windows 10 or even can't start Windows 10 normally.
Tips: Windows Password Refixer is a Windows password reset tool designed to primarily help users to reset Windows password. But it also has two other valuable features, allowing you to view all user accounts existing on Windows and create a new admin account for Windows.
Step 1: If you just want to use this tool to view a list of all user accounts that exist on your Windows 10, you can download the Windows Password Refixer tool free on any computer and install it on that computer.
Step 2: Once you have it installed, launch it, and then follow the on-screen instructions to burn it to a USB device or CD/DVD flash drive to create a boot disk.
Step 3: Connect the boot disk to your Windows 10 computer and start/restart it from the boot disk (USB or CD flash drive). If you have no idea how to do that, refer to this page: How to boot a computer from a USB drive, or How to boot a computer from a CD/DVD flash drive.
Step 4: If you boot your computer from that boot disk correctly, Windows Password Refixer should work and appear on your screen. It displays Windows 10 running on your computer and shows a full list of all user accounts existing on your Windows 10, including the disabled and hidden user accounts.
Conclusion: The first two methods allow you to view all active user accounts on Windows 10, while the last three methods allow you to view the full list of all user accounts that exist on Windows 10, including the disabled and hidden user accounts.