Hi. My name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm happy to assist. You can activate the Windows Administrator account and delete the file logged in as Administrator. To activate the account go to Start and in the search area type: cmd
Right click on the search result at the top and select Run as Administrator
When the black window open, at the prompt type:
net user administrator /active:yes and press Enter
You should be told that the command completed successfully (see screenshot)
Close the window and log out of Windows
From the login screen you will now have the option to log onto the newly activated Administrator account. There will be no password XXXXX the account so just click to log in.
Once logged in as Administrator go to Start and in the search area enter: windows.old
When the search result shows up (it may take a minute or two to find it) right click on the file and Delete it.
Another way to find it is to go to Start and open Computer and go to
C:\Users\Eddie\Desktop and delete it from there.
Once the folder is deleted, log off Windows and log back in using your usual account.
Once logged back in re-open and run the command prompt screen as administrator
and enter: net user administrator /active:no and press enter. This will turn off the Administrator account and put things back the way they were.
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