When you install an app on a PC from Windows store, the name of that PC will be added to your trusted PC list after your successfully signed in and verified your Microsoft Online Account.
You can install apps from the store on up to 5 computers. Anything after that won’t be eligible to install apps on.
This brief tutorial is going to show you how to remove an already trusted PC from your Windows store account so you can add new ones. This also applies to PCs that you no longer have but still have an account in Windows store. Removing it will let you add more PCs so that your apps you purchased can get installed on them.
In my next post, I’ll show you how to add a PC to the trusted list in Windows 8 store. Without wasting anymore of your time, let’s get going here.
To get started, open the Store app from your start screen.
When it opens, press the Windows Key + C on your keyboard or move and hover your mouse at the bottom right corner of your display to show the Charms bar. When the Charms bar opens, select ‘Settings’
Next, click ‘Your account’ below Settings
Finally, click the Remove button from below the PC you wish to de-authorize. This is how you remove trusted PCs from your Windows Store account.
In our next post, I’ll show you how add a PC to the trusted list so apps you purchased can be downloaded on it.