removing windows 8.1 account from windows

Hello, I have a windows 8.1 system that the user setup the admin account to there hotmail account and now we have setup a admin local account and would like to remove the account that is connected to the hotmail accout ... I am use to ging into the control panel and going to user account and just delete the account but no luck .. I have search all over the system and cant find where to delete the account that is connect to the hotmail account... any suggestions
Deerek11Asked:
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Go into the Computer Management Admin tool, Local Users and Groups, and Delete the account under users.  MAKE SURE you have another account with admin rights.
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Deerek11Author Commented:
I dont see that under the local new user account I create... also the new account is a admin
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Please post a screen shot.
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Deerek11Author Commented:
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Deerek11Author Commented:
screen shot
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
OH, you're running HOME (Windows 8, not Windows 8 Pro).  Sorry, I forgot, Windows 8 (like Windows 7 Home) doesn't offer that area.  Sorry, I don't have any home systems to test and check what the procedure might be.  If I can I'll set one up (been meaning to), but if not, hopefully someone else can chime in).
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McKnifeCommented:
There's still the command line.
Click the start button, type cmd and cmd.exe will be found. Rightclick it and select "run as administrator". Now a command line shows. The first command is
net user
it will show you all local users.
If you need to delete user "willy", you would use the command
net user /delete willy
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