Microsoft accounts no longer need a password
says everyone can remove the password from their Microsoft account and use starting today. The company rolled out the option to enterprise users earlier this year.
Rather than having to remember a password or using , you'll be able to use the Microsoft Authenticator app, Windows Hello, a security key or SMS or emailed codes. You'll be able to sign in to services such as Outlook, OneDrive, Microsoft Family Safety, and even Xbox Series X/S without a password. Microsoft is rolling out the option to everyone over the next few weeks as it gears up for the .
Once you have installed the Authenticator app and linked it to your account, you can switch off your password. Go to your , then Advanced Security Options and Additional Security. From there, you ...
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