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You can create a local user account (an offline account) for anyone who will frequently use your PC. The best option in most cases, though, is for everyone who uses your PC to have a Microsoft account.. If needed, the local user account can have administrator permissions; however, it's better to just create a local user account whenever possible.

Local user accounts are stored locally on the server. These accounts can be assigned rights and permissions on a particular server, but on that server only. Local user accounts are security principals that are used to secure and manage access to the resources on a standalone or member server for services or users.

In Start, select Settings > Accounts > Your info. Select Sign in with a local account instead. Type the user name, password, and password hint for your new account. The user name must be different than any others on the device.

Click Local account. Enter your account information then click Next. Click Finish. Thats it! Method 3. You can use the command line as another way to create a local account. Press Windows key + X. Click Command Prompt (Admin) We are going to attempt to create a new user account.