7 replies on Introducing Windows 8: How to Trust a PC Using Your Microsoft Account

  1. Paul says:

    When I sign into my account it has the worng user ID email address. My user name has a “1” after my user name and I cannot edit or correct it. How can I correct my user name email address with the correct ID?

    • Ciprian Adrian Rusen says:

      I’m afraid I do not understand your question and the exact problem you are having. Can you please share more details?

  2. Joe Robertson says:

    I receive messages that I should trust this PC but when I follow the instructions to do so I get the message “log into https://account.live.com/trustdevice on Internet Explorer from the Windows 8 device you would like to trust.” but this is that device and if I follow that instruction I get exactly the same instruction each and every time. I don’t know if my PC is trusted or net but I keep the solve issue message.

  3. Jeanne says:

    This does not answer my question about Windows 8.1, and how to “Trust this P.C.” Trying to set up this computer for my mother-in-law has been a nightmare! And then you make me watch a stupid commercial to ask a question!

    • Ciprian Adrian Rusen says:

      We don’t yet have a Windows 8.1 version of this tutorial. As you can easily see, this guide was made in Windows 8, for Windows 8.

      We will try to publish such a tutorial in the next couple of days.

      • Joe Robertson says:

        I look forward to it. It would be good if there were a way to check whether or not your pc has been trusted.

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