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  2. Sign in to your Microsoft account dashboard

    support.microsoft.com/en-us/account-billing/sign-in-to-your-microsoft-account...

    Sign in to your Microsoft account dashboard. Go to Microsoft account and select Sign in. Type the email, phone number, or Skype sign-in that you use for other services (Outlook, Excel, etc.), then select Next.

  3. How to switch users (accounts) in Windows - Microsoft Support

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    Select Start , select and hold (or right-click) the account name icon (or picture), then select Switch user .

  4. Check the recent sign-in activity for your Microsoft account

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    Microsoft account Microsoft account dashboard. If you get an email about unusual activity on your Microsoft account, or if you’re worried that someone else might have used your account, go to the Recent activity page. You’ll see when your Microsoft account was signed in during the last 30 days, along with any device or app-specific info.

  5. Sign out of Windows - Microsoft Support

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    Sign out of Windows. To sign out of Windows 11, select Start . Select the Accounts icon (or picture), then select Sign out.

  6. Troubleshoot problems signing in to Windows - Microsoft Support

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    How to reset your password depends on whether you’re using a Microsoft account or a local account to sign in. To find out which kind of account you have, select Sign-in options on the sign-in screen.If you see the Microsoft account icon, you're using a Microsoft account. If you only see the Password icon, you have either a domain (work or school) account or a local account.

  7. Windows sign-in options and account protection - Microsoft...

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    To turn on Windows Hello. Go to Start > Settings > Accounts > Sign-in options. Select the Windows Hello method that you want to set up, Select Set up. If you don't see Windows Hello in Sign-in options, then it may not be available for your device. Windows Hello does require a compatible camera or fingerprint reader.

  8. How to sign in to Hotmail - Microsoft Support

    support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/how-to-sign-in-to-hotmail-c378938b-c0eb-40c...

    Sign in to Hotmail or Outlook.com. Go to the Outlook.com sign-in page and select Sign in. Enter your email address or phone number and select Next. On the next page, enter your password and select Sign in.

  9. How sign in works in Microsoft 365 - Microsoft Support

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    Here's what you need to know. Here are some tips for using Microsoft 365 on multiple devices: Each person who uses Office on a device must have an account that's associated with Microsoft 365.

  10. Sign in to Windows - Microsoft Support

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    From the sign-in screen, select Sign-in options. Choose the step below based on the type of account you have. For a Microsoft account, you can reset your password. Go to the reset password page and follow the instructions. If you only see the Password icon, you have either a domain (work or school) account or a local account.

  11. How to Use Notepad to Create a Log File - Microsoft Support

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    Here's how to create a log file in Notepad: Select Start, enter Notepad, and select it from the results. Type .LOG on the first line, and then press ENTER to move to the next line. On the File menu, click Save As, type a descriptive name for your file in the File name box, and then click OK. When you next open the file, note that the date and time have been appended to the end of the log, immediately preceding the place where new text can be added.