If you use a Microsoft account that is shared across multiple devices to sign in to Windows 10, these devices can be synced in specific settings.
Settings that can be synced in Windows 10 include themes, passwords, language preferences, accessibility, and more. For your own protection or for other reasons, you may want to stop Windows 10 from syncing some of these settings, such as passwords, between your devices.
So if you prefer to manually enter your passwords on each of your computers, you need to turn off password synchronization in Windows 10 in one of the following ways:
A. Through the settings.
A.1 Open the settings tab.
A.2 Go to the Accounts> Sync your settings page.
A.3 On the right, go to the Individual Sync Settings section. There, turn off the "Passwords" switch. In addition, in this position you will find all the other synchronization settings and you can turn them on or off.
B. Through the register.
B.1 Open the Registry Editor application.
B.2 Go to the following registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ SettingSync \ Groups
B.3 On the left click on the subkey named Credentials to expand.
B.4 In the right pane, correct or create a new 32-Bit DWORD value named "Enabled". Note: Even if you are running Windows 64-bit you will need to create a 32-bit DWORD value. Set the "Enabled" value to 0 to turn off the password sync option. If you set it to 1 then you will enable synchronization.
C. Through the political group
If you are running Windows 10 in Pro, Enterprise, or Education, you can use the Local Group Policy to configure the options listed above.
C.1 Press the Win + R keys on your keyboard and in the "Run" window that appears type: gpedit.msc and press the OK key.
C.2 The Group Policy Editor will open. Go to "Computer Settings> Administration Templates> Windows Components> Sync Settings". Select the "Do not sync passwords" policy option. Optionally, you can enable "Allow users to enable password synchronization".