Issue with login to the Windows

Cameron Foster 1 Reputation point

Just curious who the idiot was that forced me to enter a pin code every time I try to log into my computer and made me reset my passwords and tie this trash operating system into my hotmail account.

Wow what trash. I'm thinking about returning a $2000 computer I just bought because your operating system is so bad. It's so bad.

Even copy and pasting stuff you somehow made more annoying. You have to click on more options and, it's like why?

Who do designed this filth? It's so bad. I hate this operating system. This is trash. I've never made a post before but this is complete garbo. Worst attempt I've ever seen. This is like some idiot who doesn't know what to innovate on so he adds a bunch of BS on top of a very functional OS, to try and make it 'better'.

I am astounded. Never expected Microsoft to be this trash.

Windows 11
Windows 11
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  1. S.Sengupta 14,436 Reputation points MVP

    You may remove PIN:

    Please follow the procedure below to remove it.

    1. Press Windows+I to open the Configure window;
    2. Select the option Accounts;
    3. Select in the left column the option "Input Options";
    4. In the window on the right, scroll down to the option "Require Windows Hello Sign In for Microsoft Accounts" and set the button to "Disabled";
    5. Go up to the option "Windows Hello PIN", click "Remove", and confirm once more;
    6. Enter your Microsoft account password in the next window and confirm.


    Select the "Remember Password" check box to stop the pop-ups from appearing.

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