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Microsoft really wants you to use a Microsoft account with Windows 10 — one that’s linked to an email address.
So user account options vary depending on whether or not you have one, or are using a ‘local’ account.
[Read more: Windows 10: 6 essential tips to make your new laptop safe and fast] Once Family member accounts have been added to Windows 10, there’s no way to manage them from within the operating system.
Instead you’ll need to sign in at https://account.microsoft.com/family, which is also where you’ll find the parental control settings for Child accounts. Discover the free and easy way to manage privacy settings] If you’d rather not use an email address with a new Windows 10 account, click the Add someone else to this PC option after clicking Start Family & other users.
New user accounts of all types are created as limited Standard accounts by default.
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If you’re signed in with a local account, however, you’ll see an error message about how “We couldn’t connect to Microsoft family right now…” and the Add a family member option won’t work.
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If you’d rather not create a new Microsoft account email address, click the The person who I want to add doesn’t have an email address option.
Despite what this option says, you must still provide an email address of some sort to add a Family member account in Step 4.
Find out how to speed things up] You can change your own user account type by clicking Your account and then Sign in with a Microsoft / local account instead, depending on your current account type.
If you use a Microsoft account and want to add a family member, click the Add a family member option and select whether to Add a child or adult account. First, you’ll need to provide an email address of the new account holder that’s tied to a Microsoft account at this stage — any other email address won’t work.