Solved How do I remove all Usernames and Passcodes in one account.

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March 10, 2020 at 17:21:08
Specs: Windows 10, intel core 13, 6GB
Over the years, you create Usernames and Passwords in one account to make it specific for a certain file. For instance, my account, Google, has 3 usernames and 3 passwords to differentiate
one file from another. Logging in becomes a problem to get to a specific file.

What is the practical way to remove all User and Passcodes except one you prefer to use?


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#1
March 10, 2020 at 19:51:15
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Hi again Ray.

How to View Full Details of All User Accounts in Windows 10
https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials...
How to Delete a User Account in Windows 10
https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials...
How to Enable or Disable User Accounts in Windows 10
https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials...


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March 10, 2020 at 20:11:38
Just to make sure the passwords are gone.

1: Press Win + R to open Run.
2: Type inetcpl. cpl, and then click OK.
3: Go to the Content tab.
4: Under AutoComplete, click on Settings.
5: Click on Manage Passwords. This will then open Credential Manager where you can view your saved passwords.


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March 11, 2020 at 01:34:46
Hi Johnw, I went to view Full Details of All User Accounts in the Command Prompt and I just saw my name in 512 and other descriptions in 512 but did not see All User Accounts. Did not know what to do next..

I also went to How to delete a User account in Win 10 and after I click the Windows Credential, I saw the Microsoft Account with 3 log ons which I deleted one. I retained 2 - cxxxt@gmail.com & cxxxt@outlook.com. But, how do I see the rest of the User Names like Google, and my other accounts?


(Edited to remove clear text email address)


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#4
March 11, 2020 at 01:44:56
"and my other accounts?'
You now need to research via google Ray, things can go pear shape very easily.

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#5
March 11, 2020 at 12:45:04
re: "Over the years, you create Usernames and Passwords in one account to make it specific for a certain file."

What does this mean?

Usernames (plural) in one account? How can you have more than one username for a given account? Wouldn't each username log you into the account designated by that username?

What do you mean by making an account "specific for a certain file"? What kind of file are you segregating by account?

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March 12, 2020 at 18:30:42
DerbyDad03,

I created 2 usernames for Google - cxxxxt@gmail.com, Passcode- 4RENATO (old PCode) and 4xxxxg@gmail.com, PCode - 40Naga and Microsoft - UName: kxxxx0@outlook.com, PCode - @@ Naga; and Microsoft - UName - $xxxxa and PC - twinkle

So, I want to find out how many UNames I created in what Account, Google and Microsoft so I can erase all of them and just stick to one Account, one UName and one Passcode. Is there a listing of all my accounts showing all the Usernames and Passcodes I created over the years?

"Manage My Passwords" shows up when you forgot your passcode and want to replace it. If I erase all those Usernames and Passcodes, will it be sufficient to solve my problem?

edited by moderator: Clear Text Usernames Edited


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#7
March 12, 2020 at 19:12:46
Please stop posting your usernames in clear text. Even if you don't care if you get spammed, the rest of us do not want this forum to be known as a place where email addresses can be harvested. Once the bad guys get in, it's next to impossible to get rid of them.

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#8
March 12, 2020 at 19:49:03
Johnw,

I created 2 Log in accts for my wife and myself. For instance, with Citibank, my log on is: cuadrt (Username) and my passcode. For my wife, for the same account, her log on is: nani0119 and her passcode. I still have other accounts, Las Vegas Energy, Metlife, computing.net etc. Those accounts I want to know if I created more than one Log on and more than one passcode.

Is there a listing of all those accounts in my computer detailing the corresponding Passcodes? Of course, I would like to erase all the other Usernames and Passcodes associated with the Account.


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