When you delete a user account from Windows, you only delete the related credentials. All files related to the account are left untouched. You can remove them by the following steps: press <windows_key> + R type ‘sysdm.cpl‘ click on ‘Advanced‘ tab press User Profiles ‘Settings‘ button. select any Unknown entries and press ‘Delete‘ button. This can free several disk MBs.
Here a small list of commands to handle User Accounts working on Windows Home editions. NOTE: you can give a look also here. User Account Window from ‘Run‘ window, type: netplwiz Enable ‘Administrator’ account from ‘Command Prompt‘ window, type: net user administrator /active:yes List any defined account from ‘Command Prompt‘ window, type: net user Show account information from ‘Command Prompt‘ window, type: net user <account_name> … Continue reading Windows Home – Useful User Account Commands