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    Keep tabs of successful and unsuccessful sign-in interactions by displaying the previous sign-in information during logon on Windows 10.

    Windows 10 comes with a lot of security features to keep your account and data safe from prying eyes. You get features like your standard password protection, two-factor authentication when using a Microsoft account, and you can even use a PIN as a secondary method of authentication, which you can make very hard to crack, just to name a few.
    However, even with all the security features that the operating system has to offer, if you're sharing your PC or you're in a place where other people may have physical access to your device, there is not an easy way to tell if someone gained access to your computer.
    Fortunately, on Windows 10 using a local account, you can view if someone successfully signed in to your PC (and failed attempts), which can help to determine if you need to yell at someone for trying to access your PC without authorization and if you have to reinforce your device security.

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    11-16-2016 03:11 PM

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