Windows 10: email address shows on log in screen

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  1.    19 Sep 2016 #11

    I am running whatever Microsoft gave me, I "upgraded" from Win 7 and kept it up to date since. No idea what version of Win 10 it is. It came in August '15
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       19 Sep 2016 #12

    carrotmuseum said: View Post
    I am running whatever Microsoft gave me, I "upgraded" from Win 7 and kept it up to date since. No idea what version of Win 10 it is. It came in August '15
    To find your Windows Version and Build Type Winver in a Command prompt admin Or as a run command. This will show you this screen below.
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    Your last 3 numbers should be .187 if you are up to date.
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