Using Windows 10 Without a Microsoft Account Is Getting Harder for Everyone
Installing Windows 10 without a Microsoft account appears to be getting harder, as Microsoft has enabled a rather controversial option for more users across the world.
A change that was discovered in Windows 10 last year made setting up the operating system with a local account much more difficult, as Microsoft just wants everyone to use a Microsoft account to log in.
A Windows 10 device that is connected to the Internet would no longer show the local account option when setting up the operating system, instead insisting for users to log in with or create a Microsoft account.
Using a Microsoft account in Windows 10 comes with a series of benefits, such as sync options, but on the other hand, not everyone wants to use this method. As a result, a local account makes much more sense, although starting last year, setting one up isn’t necessarily a very straightforward experience.
Just disconnect the PC from the Internet