When you first get your computer, and go through the startup process and new user wizards, by default, creates your new username as an administrator account, And a hidden and disabled “administrator” user account.
The hidden and disabled “administrator” account needs to be enabled before it can be used.
While not required at all, it is often used for troubleshooting or administrative purposes when it is
To enable the Windows 10 administrator account do the following:
Tap on the Windows-key. This should open the start menu or bring you to the Start Screen interface depending on how Windows 10 is configured on the system.
Type cmd and wait for the results to be displayed.
Right-click no the Command Prompt result and select “run as administrator” from the context menu.
Run the command net user to display a list of all user accounts on the system.
To activate the inactive administrator account, run the command