After installing Microsoft Solitaire Heart Classic in Windows 10, User account has changed to Microsoft account

This HP computer used to have Windows 7 and I upgraded it to Windows 10.
Then the user complained that Solitaire Heart games were no longer found, so I went to Microsoft website to download free Solitaire Heart games. In the process, the original user account called "Owner" has changed to My hotmail account (ex. JD simply because I used my hotmail account to download free Solitaire & Heart games.

Now on the login screen, I see JD instead of "Owner" account.
 When I look at the C:\Users folder, I still see "Owner" folder.
When I look at User Profiles under System Properties, I see Owner-HP\Owner, but under Size column, it shows ?.
 I like to know what did just occur and how can I get the account name "Owner" show up on login screen?
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Go into All Settings and choose Accounts. Under the 'Your Account' menu you'll see an option on the right to 'Sign in with a local account instead' - choose this.

Local Account - Switch to in Windows 10

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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
I like to know what did just occur...

a local account changes to a microsoft account when you get something from the windows store; can't use a local account for that
sgleeAuthor Commented:
That worked. Thanks.
Microsoft is very good in screwing users up by doing something like this. Even though I understand their desire to drive people to cloud service/web driven in line with their goal, it is the users who often become victims and they don't care. This should not have happened!

While at it, let me vent my dissatisfaction with MS.
Look at failed OS for instance - they genuinly thought users will adapt to like Windows 8. Wrong! I never installed Win8 on anyone's PC.
Now I am upgrading Win7 to Win10 because it is a better product.
By the time you think they got their act together, they do things like this to screw people up.
For that reason, it is always love and hate relationship with Microsoft.

Thank you for your help.
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