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Subhrajit15
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Account relatrd problems

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Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I want to ask if i make change in admistrator related accounts do i will lose all the data and apps that are already loaded or it will remain same. One more thing i have se any pass word pleasehelp me immediately.

when opening microsoft edge and all other microsoft apps mesaage is showing microsoft app cannot be opened using Built in administrator account. Sign with different account and try again............. What to do?

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well you installed apps, (or programs) using another account

and most can be installed 2 ways, you, or all on pc.

so you did only you on this pc

that means others can run those apps, unless they load them there selves.

 

we dont know how many accounts you have,

nor if logging in to MS< at each boot (microsoft)

if you create a new account, then you will get , only those things allowed by other users,

this is a feature.

 

One more thing i have se any pass word pleasehelp me immediately.

 

i can not decoded this line, above."?

try to type that 1 more time,  please,

 

all i can see there is password, bla bla.

 

good luck

tell more get more.

tell full pc model number

and OS, version w10 and bits.

tell if doing this.

we can not guess how you setup windows 10, day 1,  with this or just local accounts.

 

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17201/windows-10-sign-in-with-a-microsoft-account

 

NO warranty answers by me.
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