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Tiny: Do you know when to use "log on", "log in", and "sign in"?
  v2.0 Posted at 2/05/2016 5:32 PM by Joanna Feely
​In order to connect (with a username and password) to:
  • a Winforms application, you "log in"
  • a Webfo​rms application, you "sign in"
  • a PC, Server or Domain, you "log on"

​Would you like to logon to your new account?​
Would you like to log-on to your new account?
Would you like to login to your new account?
Would you like to log-in to your new account?
Would you like to signin to your new account?
Would you like to sign-in to your new account?

Figure: Bad examples​

Would you like to log in to your timesheeting application?

Figure: Good example - Winform

Would you like to sign in to your email account?

Figure: Good example - Webform​

Would you like to log on to your computer?

Figure: Good example - PC, Server or Domain
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