NET Passport, Microsoft Passport Network, and Windows Live ID) is a single sign
-on web service developed and provided by Microsoft that allows users to log ...
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... from Outlook.com, Yahoo! or Gmail. If you already sign in to a Windows PC,
tablet, or phone, Xbox Live, Outlook.com, or OneDrive, use that account to sign in
Your Windows Live ID is an email address and password allowing you to sign
into Xbox LIVE, Zune, MSN, Hotmail, and more on your Windows Phone.
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Step 4. If you haven’t already created a Windows Live ID
account, you’ll need to do so now. (See Figure E.)
Step 5. Decide whether you want to download a backup copy or order it on DVD and select that option. Allow 1 to 2 weeks for... More »
... Xbox Live, OneDrive, and Office 365. You can also use a Microsoft account to
sign in to your Windows Phone and to PCs running Windows 8.1 or Windows RT
Use your Windows Live ID to download apps, play music, Facebook chat, and
How to manage your Microsoft account services, change and reset passwords,
change email associated with your account, close your account, and more.
With Windows Live ID Sign-in Assistant 7.0, you can link a Windows Live ID to a
Windows 7 user account, making it easier to share files and connect to other ...
Mar 10, 2012 ... Have you been using devices, tools or services from Microsoft? Then, at some
point you might have been asked to provide a Windows Live ID.