For security reasons, you could change a password on your MSN, but it is also true that it is a trend to leave open sessions not only from MSN but from many of the applications on your mobile. Therefore, it is really essential that you know not only how to close them, but how to keep them in such a way, with automatic closing as soon as you stop using the platform or service, in this case, MSN. It is important to understand what it would be like to suffer the physical theft of your computer or mobile phone with an open session.
In the case of a laptop, it is much more delicate to find an open session because, on the main news page, all Microsoft services are ordered, at the order of the criminal to open whatever it is, and put your privacy at risk and personal safety, as well as those around you:
Without further ado, follow the steps below to log out. Simpler than you think:
The first thing is that you go to the MSN page, which surely has the session open.
While on the platform, direct the click to the upper right corner. Right where the profile picture is, you click.
Then, with the menu displayed, click on the settings slot.
There, you will find the option to "close session" inside the "accounts" box.
This is an additional step in which if you want the sessions to not remain open, you must uncheck the option to "keep session logged in."