Passwords and separate accounts help keep the information on the computer private and secure. The information in this document describes the different account types in Windows10, explains how to change account types, and how to save and change passwords and other sign-in options.
This document also explains how use a Microsoft account to sync your personal settings and software applications to other Windows 10 devices, connect apps to accounts, and link contacts.
httl.com.vn/en recommends using a ‘connected account’ with Microsoft to sign in to Windows. With a Microsoft connected account, you sign in to Windows using your email address. The password can be reset using a different device at any time. You do not need a Microsoft or Hotmail email address to set up a connected account. Any email address works.
For steps to create a Microsoft connected account in Windows 10, see Creating a new account in this document.
If you are using a local-user account, httl.com.vn/en cannot recover or reset your password if it is lost or forgotten.
If you prefer to use a local-user account, httl.com.vn/en strongly recommends creating a password reset disk to enable you to reset your password in case it is forgotten. If you do not have a password reset disk and you forget your password, you might be directed to perform a full recovery to original factory conditions. In this case, you will lose any data that was not backed up to an external location. For more information about creating a password reset disk, see Creating a Password Reset Disk (Windows).
The Welcome screen shows the accounts on the computer. Click an account on the Welcome screen to sign in.
There are two types of user accounts in Windows 10 with each account type having different levels of access. The following list shows the account types and levels of control for each.
In Windows, search for and open Manage your account. You can also click Start
, select Settings
, and then select Accounts.
On the How will this person sign in? screen, choose an option depending on whether you have the sign-in information for the new account.
If you have the sign-in information: Type the email address or phone number of the person for whom the new account is being set up, and then click Next. Click Finish. The new account is created.
If you do not have the sign-in information: Click I don”t have this person”s sign-in information, and then continue with these steps.
Type an existing email address or create a new one, type a password, select your country or region, select your birth date information, and then click Next to create a new Microsoft account (MSA).
If you do not wish to create a new MSA, select Add a user without a Microsoft account, and then create a user name and password for a new local account.
Type the user name of the person for whom the new account is being set up. Type a password in the Enter password field, then type it again in the Re-enter password field. Next, choose a security question from the Security question 1 field and type your answer in the Your answer field. Do this again for the two remaining security questions. Click Next. The new account is created.
When using a Microsoft account in Windows 10, you can do a variety of things. Information about the following topics is in the sections below.
Files stored on OneDrive can be viewed, uploaded, and shared from other computers and devices. For more information, see OneDrive on your PC (in English) from Microsoft furnituremaisak.com.
Apps obtained from the Windows Store can be installed on up to five Windows 10 computers. Go to the Windows Store to see a list of apps you own and to install the apps on other computers.
Link Twitter, Outlook, LinkedIn, and other accounts to the People app, where you can add contacts from lists and address books. View the online status of your contacts, as well as ways to interact with them.
Add your email, social networking, and other accounts to the People app. The instructions also work for linking accounts to other apps.
When you add your email account, Windows 10 automatically adds your email contacts to the People app.
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Select the type of account you want to add. Choose from Outlook.com, Exchange, Google, Yahoo!, or iCloud.