How To Delete Ubuntu Account.
Are you fed up using your Ubuntu account, and as such you wish to cancel (close) or even deactivate your account?
If the above is the case then don’t bother because here is the right place where you can learn how to cancel (close) or even deactivate your account.
There are various reasons why you may wish to delete your Ubuntu account among all of them is email spamming by the company.
Meanwhile, Ubuntu is a free and open-source Linux distribution based on Debian, considered a good distribution for beginners. The operating system was intended primarily for personal computers (PCs) but it can also be used on servers.
How To Delete Ubuntu Account | Delete User
Follow these steps below:
Step 1. You need administrator privileges to delete user accounts.
Step 2. Open the Activities overview and start typing Users.
Step 3. Click Users to open the panel.
Step 4. Press Unlock in the top right corner and type in your password when prompted.
Step 5. Select the user that you want to delete and press the – button, below the list of accounts on the left, to delete that user account.
Step 6. Each user has their own home folder for their files and settings. You can choose to keep or delete the user’s home folder. Click Delete Files if you are sure they will not be used anymore and you need to free up disk space. These files are permanently deleted. They cannot be recovered. You may want to back up the files to an external storage device before deleting them.
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