Most of the PC users across the world have Windows operating systems installed on their PCs. And each and every one of them wants to have unique system settings and configuration, something tailor made for them. But all that is not easy, especially in today’s multiuser working environment. However, shared PC is a common term and users use individual login accounts but doing so is not that convenient and users do face at times face a lot of difficulties. Such difficulties often lead to situations where there is just one login account on a PC shared between multiple users. But this results in bigger problems as there is no privacy left.
So what is the solution to these problems? Well, Microsoft has come up with one. The upcoming operating system from Microsoft, Windows 8, will have a unique feature that will allow users to log in to Windows 8 using their Windows Live ID. This will ensure a unique personal experience to every user and no previously faced difficulties will be there to hinder their work. The feature, however, will be optionally available with Windows 8. Users will not only be able to log in to any Windows 8 PC but also other devices, apps, and services using their Windows Live ID.
This feature will be of great help in allowing users to do a lot of things. Some of them are explained below:
• Link the important and most used Windows settings with their log in account. These settings, once saved in a Windows 8 PC, will be available on any other Windows 8 PC where you log in using your Windows Live ID.
• All the Metro style apps installed on your PC, along with their settings and last updated stats will be available in the same manner on any other Windows 8 PC where the user logs in.
• The sign-in credentials for different apps and websites will remain the same and users will not be required to enter them again and again on different Windows 8 PCs.
• Users will be signed in to all those apps and services that need Windows Live ID for verification.
So be ready to have such amazing feature that will allow you to work in virtually the same PC from anywhere in the world.