Anyone with a Microsoft account can now remove their password from the account entirely to enable better security.
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Microsoft's new parental control features are pretty impressive, and they work across almost all your devices, including your Android phone.
Microsoft announced today that it is improving its Office 365 Home and Personal offerings in some important and notable ways.
Microsoft is rolling out a new look for its Account dashboard with a new Fluent Design update.
Your Microsoft account supports multiple aliases, and you can assign one of them to be your primary alias at any time.
Microsoft is redesigning its account sign-on experiences for both consumers and businesses.
I've received a few questions recently about using a Microsoft Account (MSA) to sign-in to Windows 10.
If you are having trouble logging in to your Microsoft account today, you are not alone as many users are finding themselves locked out.
I've spent a lot of time investigating how the role of your Microsoft account is changing as Windows 10 evolves, and whether you should---or shouldn't---sign-in to Windows 10 with this account.
Microsoft Authenticator has been updated on both Android and iPhone in recent days with an interesting new feature called phone sign-in.
If you're using a Microsoft account (MSA), you need to secure it with two-step verification. And then use an authenticator app to make it painless.
Like its predecessor, Windows 10 lets you sign-in using your Microsoft account. But you don't need to do so to integrate with many of the services associated with that account.
While you can easily configure and use your Microsoft account on Windows, Android, and iOS, the Mac requires a bit more work.
The Microsoft account website has been overhauled with a new dashboard that lets you manage your privacy settings. You should do so.
If you're anything like me, your Microsoft account is the core of your online identity. It's time for a check-up.
Here's a New Year's Resolution to embrace: It's time to take control of your online identity, which is comprised of multiple accounts.
Starting next week, Skype users will be able to sign-in to other Microsoft services---like Outlook.com, OneDrive and Xbox Live---using their Skype IDs. And vice-versa.