How to properly log out of Minecraft from a Windows 10 PC

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For many people, spending hours in front of their computer is not a problem, especially if they are enjoying a great game. And in this case we will tell you about Minecraft, a video game so popular that it tests your inventiveness. But it is very likely that you still don't know how to properly close your Minecraft session in Windows 10 and here we will explain it to you.

Where creating worlds and building tools are the order of the day and here lies the magic that this game contains and that has enchanted millions of users around the world. But it is important to know that quitting the game is not the same as logging out and this can be a serious problem if you continue the open session.



Since if you share your PC with other people, they can enter your session not properly closed and make changes to it. Therefore, you need to know how to perform this type of operation, as simple as seeing the duration of tools or objects in Minecraft. Let's see then which step we need to follow for close the Minecraft session on your Windows 10 PC.

What is the process to properly log out of the Minecraft session?

Many times you have automatically entered the game on the official Minecraft website, without realizing that you have not been asked to enter your details. This shows you that you have not closed your session and is vulnerable to the entry of any stranger. Therefore, it is important to know how to log out when exiting the game.

Once you have stopped playing Minecraft, the most logical thing is that close your session and thus prevent other people from sharing your PC, to make an unwanted entrance to your game. But to avoid all of this, you simply have to log out. And then we will tell you what is the correct way to log out of Minecraft from Windows 10.



Open "Run" in Windows

The first thing we need to do for properly close our Minecraft session is to enter the command "Run" of Windows 10. To open it we will use the keyboard shortcuts and press the keys "Windows + R". This action will display the Run box on the screen and in which we will enter the command to use.

Another way we can use to access the "Run" command is to enter the start menu located in the lower left corner. Clicking on it will bring up a menu and from there we look for and select the 'Run' option. We will now have the "Run" dialog on the screen.

Enter the program name

Once the 'Run' box appears on the screen, we need to enter the name of the program we want to open with Windows. And in the "Open" field we will paste or we will write the following: % localappdata% packages microsoft.minecraftuwp_8WEKYB3D8BBWE localstate games com.mojang minecraftpe

In order for the search process to run, we must now click on the Accept option and wait for this request to run.

Select the 'Options' file and configure the values

Now we will have several files on the screen and in our case we have to select by clicking on the 'Options' file. This so that it opens and shows us what it contains, the next step is to set new values ​​to the following lines: game_haseverloggedintoxbl: 0 e game_haschosennottosignintoxbl: 1 


And voila, in this way we have successfully closed Minecraft and now we just have to leave this section of Windows 10.

How to verify that your Minecraft session is closed?

One of the ways you need to verify that the your Minecraft session was successfully closed. Is that when you open the game on your Windows 10 PC, it will offer you the "Sign in" option. Remember that you may have a login error and here you will find solutions for the login error in Minecraft.


By clicking on the 'Login' option, you will need to enter your details or credentials in order to access the game. Something that hasn't happened before and you logged in without being prompted for your details and password. Now you know what you need to do for properly close your Minecraft session from your Windows 10 PC.


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