Microsoft is working on a delivery tracking app and an Authenticatior app for Windows 10

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Microsoft is working on some new apps for Windows 10. The company is internally testing an app called Delivery Beta, which will allow users to track their packages easily. The app seems to be based on the Universal Windows Platform, suggesting the app should be available on Mobile, as well as PC. According to our source, Delivery Beta is a Microsoft Garage project, which is quitei nteresting.In addition to Delivery Beta, Microsoft is also working on a new Windows 10 app for Authenticator which will allow users to unlock their PC easily, thanks to Bluetooth sync. Here are some of the features of the app:

In addition to Delivery Beta, Microsoft is also working on a new Windows 10 app for Authenticator which will allow users to unlock their PC easily, thanks to Bluetooth sync. Here are some of the features of the app:

  • Remote NGC
  • Add AAD Account
  • Bluetooth pairing

Here is how Microsoft describes the app:

The first step towards a world without passwords! After a quick Bluetooth sync, use this app to unlock your Windows 10 computer at work. Just open the app and tap on a nearby computer. Note: This app is still in beta. Future versions will include support for Microsoft account, a sign in solution for browsers and VPN. one-time passcode generation, and MFA approval through notifications.

And here is a screenshot of the app:

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Both of these apps are currently being tested by Microsoft internally, and they are not available to the public yet. However, we will definitely let you know once they are available to the public. Until then, tell us what you think of Microsoft’s new apps in the comment section below.

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