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How to be rid of the Microsoft sign-in

by zanada / November 9, 2014 11:03 AM PST

There's the 1- Account sign in and then there's the 2- Microsoft sign in.


These pop up nearly every time I need to do something.
Any way to get rid of them? Especially the Microsoft account one.

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skip account sign in
by renegade600 / November 10, 2014 4:39 AM PST

you can skip account sign in and just sign into microsoft. see the line that says not recommended, just click on it. That is what I do. I am not currently on the win10 computer and don't remember what the whole line says.

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(NT) the not-recommended one-click-solution works for me. Thanks
by zanada / November 10, 2014 10:02 PM PST
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You need the Microsoft account
by orlbuckeye / November 9, 2014 8:38 PM PST

to download anything from the store. Things like syncing and storage on Onedrive also require a MS account login.

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