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Everything you need to know about Microsoft accounts
A Microsoft account improves your Windows experience and opens way to all Microsoft products services.
Everything you need to know about local accounts
Decide whether a local account is right for you and learn how to set one up on your Windows 10 device.
How do I change my email address
My Microsoft account uses one email address but Windows Community emails go to another. How do I get both to go to my Microsoft account email address?
Get into gaming with Windows: Part 2 - How to
Once you understand the basics and features of gaming on Windows 10, you need to know how to set up your account and get started!
How to make gaming a family affair
Empowering your children to play the hero and create new worlds can be easy and worry-free when you’re armed with the right tools and information.
Choosing your Windows 10 edition: Home vs. Pro
Find out which Windows 10 edition fits your needs.
A standalone Managed Service Account (sMSA) is a managed domain account that provides automatic password management, simplified service principal name (SPN) management and the ability to delegate the management to other administrators. This type of managed service account (MSA) was introduced in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7.
Your Microsoft account comes with 5GB of storage and the option to add more when you need it. Learn more. Windows. Find, lock, or erase a lost or stolen Windows 10 device, schedule a repair, and get support. Learn more. Mixer. Mixer is where gamers come together to play, celebrate, and share the best moments in gaming.
Personal information on this system may be accessed and used for legitimate Microsoft business-related purposes only. Personal information includes any information that permits an individual to be identified or contacted (such as name, postal address, e-mail address, phone number, financial information or account numbers, social security number, or any other government issued ID numbers).
Microsoft accounts are usually locked if the account holder has violated our Microsoft Services Agreement.Here are some common reasons why accounts are locked, though not all account locks occur for these reasons:
Moving a gamertag to another Microsoft account I don't have an Xbox, but I would like to change the gamertag associated with my Microsoft account. Currently, I have a mess of accounts that I want to be organized. I want to have all of my Microsoft-related accounts under one Microsoft account, including my gamertag, which I use for multiple ...