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Account protection: Set your strongest Windows sign-in
Set a strong sign-in and monitor account security in Account protections.
Sign in to Windows without a password? Yes, you can!
Passwords keep our computers, apps and work safe and private. Windows does allow some relief from password overload by offering several sign-in options that don't require entering a password.
Never get locked out of your Windows 10 PC again!
Lost your password? Ananda Sarkar shows how Windows 10 now lets you reset it if you get locked out, so you can get back to work.
Choosing your Windows 10 edition: Home vs. Pro
Find out which Windows 10 edition fits your needs.
Challenge of the week! Name this Windows app...
Name the Windows app that enables you to receive or provide assistance over a remote connection. Don't know? Learn about it here 👉 https://bit.ly/3qCyF7g
What's your favorite Windows 10 keyboard shortcut?
What's your favorite or your go-to Windows 10 keyboard shortcut?
Starting Magnifier Before or After Sign-in
Magnifier is an accessibility tool that allows you to enlarge your screen to see things bigger. If you want to allow your computer to start Magnifier automatically: 1. Press WINDOWS LOGO + U. 2. Click Magnifier. 3. Do the following: - If you want to start Magnifier after you sign in, click to put a tick in the box on "Start Magnifier after sign-in". - If you want to start Magnifier before you sign in, click to put a tick in the box on "Start Magnifier before sign-in for everyone". This is useful if you're sharing your computer with another user.
What Windows or Office apps do you want to learn more about?
Help us understand what you want to learn more about. What Windows or Office apps do you want more information on?
Windows Community site help
Every website is different. Here are instructions and answers on how to navigate and use the Windows Community site.
What does Ctrl + Shift + Delete do?
While in a browser (that's key!), what does Ctrl + Shift + Delete do?
Just sign in and go. Access your favorite Microsoft products and services with just one login. From Office and Windows to Xbox and Skype, one username and password connects you to the files, photos, people, and content you care about most.
If you're having problems signing in to a Windows 10 computer, try this first: Enter your password with the onscreen keyboard. Find it by selecting Ease of Access on the lock screen. If that doesn't work, try these steps to find out what kind of account you have. From the sign-in screen, select Sign-in options.
To turn on Windows Hello, go to Start > Settings > Accounts > Sign-in options, select the Windows Hello method that you want to set up, and then select Set up. If you don't see Windows Hello in Sign-in options, then it may not be available for your device.
If you use any Microsoft services (Office, Outlook, etc.), you have a Microsoft account. If you don't have an account yet, you can create one during the sign-in process. Go to Microsoft account and select Sign in. Type the email, phone number, or Skype sign-in that you use for other services (Outlook, Office, etc.), then select Next.