What Is Microsoft Passport?

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A Microsoft passport is a Windows live ID and it has two main parts; the sign in ID and the wallet. The sign in ID allows the user to access a growing number of websites that within the Windows umbrella.
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Microsoft Passport Network is the project owned by Microsoft that has formerly been known as Microsoft Wallet, Microsoft Passport and .NET Passport. As of July 2010, this product
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Microsoft Passport consists of Single Sign-in service that allows users to sign into multiple Microsoft-run websites with a single log-in user name and password at one time. OAuth
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its basically a hotmail or msn signin, it doesnt cost anything more or less its like signing into your msn or hotmail account
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Your Microsoft Passport account establishes your persona or identity in the Activation process, which enables you to read copy-protected ("Owner Exclusive") eBook titles
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