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    Here are the steps to have Windows 10 show the correct registered owner and organization information on your computer.

    Windows 10 by default no longer lets users set their registered owner and organization information during installation. Instead, the operating system uses default information, such as your email address if you're using a Microsoft account, "user name" and "org name" when starting with a local account, or "Windows User" if you're installing an Insider preview build.
    About Windows: Insider preview (left), Local account (middle), Microsoft account (right)
    Typically, you'll only see this information on About Windows, but while there are still a lot of apps that look for these names to customize the experience on Windows 10, or your computer is part of an organization, it's a good idea to add the correct information.
    In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the steps to change the registered owner and organization information on your PC using the Registry.

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    12-29-2016 03:11 PM

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