By default, the Microsoft account uses the account that you create when you first install or upgrade to Windows 10. Microsoft wants you to do this so that you can easily connect to all Microsoft online services, such as the Windows Store and OneDrive . But if you prefer to keep your stuff on the desktop – at least as much as possible – or not want another member of your family to interact with the Microsoft cloud, then creating a local account is the better choice.
started, open the Settings app and select Accounts . If you want to create a local account for yourself, click on Your account> Log in with a local account instead and follow the wizard. (If you are wondering how to log in with a local account while setting up a new PC, we have a separate instructional article on this topic.)
In this tutorial, however, we will create a local account independent of your primary. You can use this to add a local account for a child, another adult, or even yourself if you want to use Unix style without automatic administrator rights.
Go to Settings> Family and other users> Add someone else to this PC . You cannot create a local account with the "Your Family" account settings of Windows 10.
On the next screen, click "The person I want to add does not have an email address."