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'I don't mean to be a pest': Elon Musk tells Satya Nadella

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'I don't mean to be a pest': Elon Musk tells Satya Nadella

In a recent tweet exchange, Elon Musk has urged Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella to allow users to set up a new Windows PC without creating a Microsoft account. Musk expressed his frustration over this issue, stating that even if he wanted to sign up, it wouldn’t allow him to use a work email address.

The Tesla and SpaceX CEO’s request came after Nadella announced a partnership with Mistral AI, a leader in generative artificial intelligence. Musk’s plea to skip the Microsoft account setup process has not yet received a response from Nadella.

Musk initially shared his struggles with setting up his new Windows PC over the weekend, highlighting the requirement to create a Microsoft account to complete the setup. This led to a back-and-forth exchange between Musk and Microsoft, with the tech billionaire emphasizing the need for more user-friendly options for Windows PC setup.

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As the debate between Musk and Microsoft continues, it remains to be seen how Nadella will respond to Musk’s request for allowing users to skip creating a Microsoft account when setting up a new Windows PC. The issue has sparked a conversation on social media about the ease of use and accessibility of Microsoft’s products.

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