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Windows 10 User Accounts And Synchronization Explained

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Windows 10 User Accounts And Synchronization Explained

Windows 10 User Accounts And Synchronization Explained

Windows 8 introduced new user account signing in with a Microsoft account instead of a local account provides tightly integrated support for cloud-based services, along with easy synchronization of settings and apps between devices.

Following screenshot shows part of the new Sync Your Settings control, found in the Settings --> Accounts app.



The list of settings that can be synchronized includes the layout of the Start screen as well as apps; previously purchased apps can be automatically downloaded and installed from the Store when you sign in with a Microsoft account on a new device. This feature makes it possible to roam easily between devices, with personal settings, apps, and browser tabs, history, and favorites available from each device on which you sign in using a synced Microsoft account. In an enterprise setting, Windows 10 will include provisioning features that allow IT pros to manage this process.


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