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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4028169

From the Start menu or apps list, right-click an app, then select Pin to taskbar.

https://docs.microsoft.com/.../hello-for-business/hello-why-pin-is-better-than-password

How is a PIN different from (and better than) a password? On the surface, a PIN looks much like a password. A PIN can be a set of numbers, but enterprise policy might allow complex PINs that include special characters and letters, both upper-case and lower-case. Something like t758A! could be an account password or a complex Hello PIN. It isn't ...

https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/help/4026196

A PIN is a set of numbers, or a combination of letters and numbers, that you choose yourself. Using a PIN is a quick, secure way to sign in to your Windows 10 device. Your PIN is securely stored on your device rather than in the cloud, keeping it safer.

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-start-winpc/how-to-remove...

Select Sign-in options, and click/tap on I forgot my PIN. Click/tap on Continue. Leave the PIN fields empty, and click/tap on Cancel. Your PIN will now be removed. You can create a new PIN whenever you want to or continue using your Windows 10 PC without a PIN. Hope this helps. Post us with the status we will be glad to help you.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cpp/extensions/pin-ptr-cpp-cli

A pin_ptr represents a superset of the functionality of a native pointer. Therefore, anything that can be assigned to a native pointer can also be assigned to a pin_ptr . An interior pointer is permitted to perform the same set of operations as native pointers, including comparison and pointer arithmetic.