Windows 10: Recurring notifications about configuring settings for apps on account
Recurring notifications about configuring settings for apps on account
Since the Anniversary update, I keep getting this notification (translated):
"You have to configure your settings for apps of your Microsoft Account on your other devices to start apps and to run them properly on this device".
While I don't use another device for my Microsoft Account (except OneDrive and OneNote). When I click this notification, I get redirected to settings and an error screen pop-ups with "Something went wrong. Try again"
How can I get rid off or solve this notification?
Note: I'm not sure if this is the right category to post this issue.
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