By default, each user account has their Windows Store account with their purchased apps in Windows 8. You may want to share your own purchased app with your kids but it's not allowed. Actually there is a way to make your children have the same games and apps you've purchased without giving them full access to your account.
You can share your apps with other user account on the same Windows 8 computer by logging into your children's accounts and changing their Windows Store account to your Microsoft account. This only changes the account used for the Windows Store on their accounts – other Microsoft apps like Xbox Music and Video will continue using their normal user accounts. All you'll be sharing is a Windows Store account, which will give you access to the apps you've purchased on every local user account.
Here are the tutorials:
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