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Log in to your Instagram account and click help centre on the left side.
there will be five a lot of options click on " MANAGING YOUR ACCOUNTS" then click on "DELETE YOUR ACCOUNT".
Go to the Delete Your Account page. If you're not logged into Instagram on the web, you'll be asked to log in first. You can't delete your account from within the Instagram app.
Select an option from the drop-down menu next to Why are you deleting your account? and re-enter your password. The option to permanently delete your account will only appear after you've selected a reason from the menu.
Click or tap Permanently delete my account.
If you'd like to delete a different account, click the username in the top-right of the Delete Your Account page, tap/click on next to username and select Log Out. Log back into the account you want to delete and follow the directions above.
When you delete your account, your profile, photos, videos, comments, likes and followers will be permanently removed.
To delete your account:
Leave the Instagram app and log into instagram.com from a desktop computer
Click your username in the top right and then select Edit Profile
Click I'd like to delete my account in the bottom-right corner
For security reasons, we can't delete an account for you. You'll need to be able to log into your account to delete it. If you can't remember your password or username, see some tips for logging in.
Keep in mind that we can't reactivate your account, and you can only sign up again with the same username if it's still available. If you don't want to delete your account but want to change who can see it, you can set your posts to private or block people.
Forgetting your Windows XP login details might at first seem like a disaster. Don't panic though; your login password and username are easily recovered by changing the login details to that of the administrator.
Begin with your computer turned off, and then turn it on. You will need to log in to your computer manually and this can only be done in the load-up screens. Wait until your computer reaches the Windows login screen. The screen usually displays a "Welcome" message. Press and hold the "Ctrl", "Alt" and "Delete" keys two times at the Windows login screen. Your computer will automatically reveal a Classic Login box. Type "Administrator" (without quote marks) into the "Username" field and leave the "Password" field blank. Windows automatically creates an Administrator account when your computer is first booted up; in this account you can alter or change any user's login details. Navigate through the "Start" menu and click on the "Control Panel." In the Control Panel explorer, double-click on the "User Accounts" icon to open a new window. Select "Change an Account" in the User Accounts window and select the username you want to alter. From here you can edit the user's name and password, but you can also alter the user's picture, account type and .NET password. Restart your computer to login with your new username and password. b>
If Error Message Says the Computer is Locked by User 1
Press "Ctrl" + "Alt" + "Delete" on the keyboard to unlock the computer. 2
Type the username and password of the user who last logged on to this computer. Click the "OK" button when you are done. 3
Wait for the "Unlock Computer" dialog box to disappear. The computer has now been unlocked. 4
Press "Ctrl" + "Alt" + "Delete" on the keyboard again and log on normally by typing in the username and password. If the Error Message Does Not Tell Who Locked the Computer 1
Attempt to shut down the locked computer through the server computer. You will have to use the Shutdown tool in the Microsoft Windows Resource Kit (see Resources for download link) to shut down the computer remotely. 2
Wait for the "System Shutdown" dialog box to display the locked computer. Although the dialog box appears, the computer will not actually restart. 3
Wait until the "Welcome to Windows" dialog box appears on the locked computer. 4
Press "Ctrl" + "Alt" + "Delete" on the keyboard before the screensaver becomes active and log on normally by providing your username and password.
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Your account is being accessed from a cellular phone. It is my suggestion, but I would delete my account if I were you. Facebook and many other social networks will not work if two people are logged into the same account. If two people ARE on the same account, it will automatically boot you out and tell you to log into your account from a computer. Usually this means someone has your account username and password, and they are spying on your account, or your computer. Another suggestion is to change your username and/or password on a daily basis, or, more effectively, delete your facebook account and take up gardening.
Try to press Ctrl-Alt-Delete. The screen have to change and a dialog to appear with Username/Password. Type "Administrator" (without the quotes) for username and leave password empty. Press Enter. If you can log in as administrator in that way, you can force set password for your user account in Control Panel/User Accounts