This may seem like common sense to you experts out there, but little old me gets confused easily when it comes to computers.
I recently bought a new HP laptop with Windows 10 on it, which I have never used before until now. I don't know what happened when I set up my computer, but now instead of just having my name show up when I sign in (I am also the administrator on my computer), I instead always see my email address as my username when I turn on my computer to sign in. I miss seeing my name when I sign in; seeing an email address instead looks silly IMO. Is there any way I can change this, without messing things up so that I remain the administrator?
Also, another thing I hate is that I am always logged into my "Microsoft Account" (whatever that is that I accidently signed up for). With Windows 8/8.1, I didn't have this; I simply signed into my computer and that was that. Now, every time I get on the internet using Edge, I am automatically signed into my Microsoft Account. It is very annoying. Is there anyway to change this as well? I don't want to be automatically signed into a MS account everywhere I go on my computer. Even when I go into Microsoft Office (which I bought separately and used the key that came with it to activate it), the programs have my email address in the upper right hand corner. It's like I'm being followed everywhere I go on my computer!
If anyone could give me advice on how to fix these things, I would REALLY appreciate it! Buying a new computer used to be fun, but this time around it's very confusing.