While purchasing an app, game, movie or any other thing from Store on a using a credit card, the credit card information is automatically saved on your so that the user don’t need to enter the credit card number or any other information next time the purchase is made.

You still need to enter the password every time you make a purchase so even if someone has access to your PC they won’t be able to make the purchase as long as they don’t have the password.

So you don’t need to worry as long as you’re the one only one who knows the password or unless you have configured Windows 10 now to ask password while purchasing apps, it’s wise to delete your credit card information after completing a purchase to stop them from getting into the wrong hands.

Since there are many ways and tools to recover your password so anyone who has little knowledge about computers will be able to gain access and purchase items without your knowledge.

Delete credit card information from Windows Store/Microsoft account in Windows 10

Following is a guide to delete the credit card number and other information from Windows 10.

Step 1: Go to Store app by typing in the taskbar search box and then press enter.


Step 2: Now click on the user icon and then click Payment options.


You should be signed into your account to use this option, if you’re not signed in click on the user icon and then pressing Sign-in options and entering your Microsoft account details.

Step 3: You will not be redirected to Payments option page in your default browser. You might be asked to put in your Microsoft account password, enter the same and continue forward.

Step 4: On the payment options page you can see series of information about your credit card such as the last four digits of your credit card, expiry date and billing address etc.

Now click on Remove on the left side of your screen to remove saved credit card.


Step 5: Clicking Remove will take you to a confirmation page where you need to click Yes which will remove your credit card information from the Windows 10 store and Microsoft account.

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