We have seen how to make your Windows 8 computer a Trusted PC. Today we will see how to remove Trusted PC. Making a computer a Trusted PC is great, as it helps sync data, verify your identity automatically and perform sensitive actions like resetting your password or managing your billing info without having to enter a security code each time. But there may come a time, when you may want to remove it as a Trusted PC.
Remove Trusted PC
To begin the process, log in to your Microsoft Account. Under Account Summary > Overview, you will see a section Password and security info. Identify the PC that you want to remove as Trusted PC, and click on Edit security info.
You will see a message ‘You’re currently using this PC’. Click on Delete.
You will be asked to confirm. Click on Delete.
That is all. You will now be sent a confirmation email to complete the process and be again asked to confirm removal of the Trusted PC. Follow the instructions mentioned in the mail to remove the Trusted PC.
UPDATE: You may see the following screen these days:
Hope that helps!