How to set up your new Microsoft account in less than 15 minutes
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Today we’re going to share with you how to set your Microsoft account up in just 15 minutes.
Before we start, we’re setting up your Microsoft Account to get you started.
For our full guide on setting up a Microsoft account, go to the Microsoft account setup guide.
When you’re done, click the “Sign In” button.
You’ll see a screen that says “Sign in to your Microsoft email address” and you can enter your email address.
You can also create an account if you don’t have one already.
Once you’ve created your account, you’ll need to sign in to it.
If you’re already a Microsoft customer, you don,t need to create a new account.
Once your account is created, you can use it to sign into the Windows Store.
This is where you’ll be able to get updates for apps and games, and manage your subscriptions.
To do this, click “Sign out of my Microsoft account.”
You’ll be asked to verify your identity before you can sign in.
To continue, click on “Next” on the “My Account” screen.
On the next screen, you should see “Sign up for new Microsoft accounts” under “Settings.”
Select “Microsoft Account” and click “Next.”
Click “Sign into my Microsoft email account.”
Select your email from the list, and you should be signed in to the account.
If everything looks good, you’re ready to start using the new account!
Next, we’ll set up the “Send and receive email” setting in Microsoft Accounts.
You need to set the Send and receive settings to work properly for all of your Microsoft accounts.
You might need to update your email settings, but it’s not necessary.
If this is the first time you’ve set up a new Microsoft Account, we suggest reading the full account setup and setting guide to set it up correctly.
The first thing you’ll want to do is get a Microsoft Account.
If it’s already set up, just click the link that says, “Signing in to Microsoft Account.”
To do so, click Sign In.
In the pop-up window that pops up, click Settings.
At the bottom of the Settings window, click Send and Receive.
At this point, you need to click the sign in button.
To start the process, you have to create your Microsoft Accounts and give them permission to create new accounts.
To add an email address to your account: In the upper right-hand corner, click Email Address.
Select the email address that you’d like to add, and click Create.
In this window, you must choose whether you want to use a public or a private email address for your account.
In our example, we will use the public email address, so we’ll choose the public option.
In Windows Phone 8.1, we used the private email name of “[email protected],” which is a good practice if you use multiple email addresses for your Microsoftaccount.
Once we have your email, click Create Account.
In your MicrosoftAccount settings, you will see an Account Name and an Email Address drop-down menu.
Select your new account, and when you’re finished, click Next.
You should see the account sign in page.
To confirm your account has been set up correctly, click Continue.
This will allow you to set and verify your Microsoft Email Address, the new Send and Recipient Address settings, and the Send, Recipient, and User name settings.
To sign out of your account for the first account you create, you might want to verify that you’ve updated your email and settings.
You don’t need to do this if you’re not an existing Microsoft customer.
Once the account has verified everything, you want it to be ready to sign up for a new one.
This step is optional, but is needed if you want your account to be able access any of the new Microsoft services that will be available.
To set up this new account: Click the sign-in button at the top of your screen.
To create your new Account, you are going to have to go to your “My Microsoft Account” page, and select your Microsoft username and password.
This may take a few minutes.
After your account account has signed in, click your account’s icon in the top-left corner of your Windows Phone.
This icon should look like a check mark next to the Account Name drop-up menu.
If your account doesn’t have a checkmark next to its name, the account is not authorized to create accounts.
On your new Windows Phone, go back to your settings and select “My Accounts.”
On your Account page, you may see an account name drop-out menu, and this should look something like this: On your Accounts page, there are a couple things to keep in mind.
First, it’s important to note that if you
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