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How to get rid of an unwanted user account

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Hi friends,


just to validitate a subcription I used my windows hotmail adress   -   and was rewarded with a new user account based on this adress. Which is now solidly rooted in my system,  thanks to the divine providence of Microsoft. For this account is  uniquely free from all all dangerous "delete" signals. So it is impossible to get rid of it.


Does anybody know a way to outsmart Redmond in this case? I would certainly appreciate it.


Thank you


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As far as I've encountered in my experience, these accounts are definitely removable. I found an article here that details it, let me know if that helps.

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