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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.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4468253

Windows Hello lets you sign in to your devices, apps, online services, and networks using your face, iris, fingerprint, or a PIN. Even if your Windows 10 device can use Windows Hello biometrics, you don’t have to. If it’s the right choice for you, you can rest assured that the info that identifies your face, iris, or fingerprint never ...

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026351

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.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4490115

Windows 10 version 1803 and later. If you added security questions when you set up your local account for Windows 10, then you have at least version 1803 and you can answer security questions to sign back in. After you've entered an incorrect password: Select the Reset password link on the sign-in screen. If you use a PIN instead, see PIN sign ...

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4028195

When you sign in to your Microsoft account, you have an all-access pass to Microsoft's premier services. If you use any of these services, you have a Microsoft account: Outlook, Office, Skype, OneDrive, Xbox Live, Bing, Store, Windows, or MSN. Your Microsoft account lets you manage everything all in one place.