Elon Musk seeks help from Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella to Address Windows Laptop Issue

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk seeks help from Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella to fix Windows Laptop

Musk recently shared on X that he purchased a new laptop but faced issues accessing it without creating a Microsoft account. The Tesla CEO expressed his reluctance to grant Microsoft AI access to his computer, leading to his decision not to set up a Microsoft account.

Elon Musk, the CEO of X (formerly Twitter), recently expressed dissatisfaction with his new Windows laptop, reaching out to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella for assistance. 

Musk highlighted his privacy concerns related to creating a Microsoft account to use the laptop, and he urged Nadella to allow new Windows users the option to skip the account creation process.

In his tweet directed at Satya Nadella, Musk stated,

“Satya, I don’t mean to be a pest, but please allow people setting up a new Windows PC to skip creating a Microsoft account. This option disappears if the computer is connected to WiFi. Also, even if you do want to sign up, it won’t allow you to use a work email address, and I only *have* work email addresses.”

As of now, there is no response from Satya Nadella to Musk’s tweet.

The Tesla boss, Musk shared on X about his new laptop, expressing frustration and emphasized his reluctance to give Microsoft AI access to his computer and indicated that there used to be an option to skip signing in or creating a Microsoft account.

Elon Musk is known for his active presence on X, where he shares updates about his various companies, discusses politics, and engages in conversations on a wide range of topics. Musk took over X in 2022, transforming it into a more comprehensive social media platform beyond its initial micro-blogging nature. He envisions X as the ‘everything app.’

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