To obtain a list of all users, there are three methods that can be used:
1. View all users via Windows Settings: This method involves accessing Windows Settings by pressing Win + I, going to the Accounts tab, and clicking on Other Users. However, this method does not display the administrator account or disabled accounts and is more suitable for home users.
2. View all users via Computer Management: This method is only available on Windows Pro edition and involves opening Computer Management from the Start Menu, going to System Tools > Local Users and Groups > Users, and selecting View > Large icons to change the layout.
3. View all users via PowerShell: This method requires opening PowerShell with administrative privileges and running the command “Get-LocalUser” to display all installed accounts and their descriptions.
By using any of these methods, users can easily check all the accounts connected to their computer.