Update: It seems like the feature is related to Bluetooth, and may appear for Windows 10 Pro users if they have required Bluetooth drivers installed, which is quite interesting.
Windows 10 Build 10558 leaked out yesterday, bringing the new universal Skype experience, and some other improvements. With Build 10558, Microsoft has added a new feature dubbed as Find My Device.
The feature currently appears for the Enterprise SKU users only, and it doesn’t seem to work on Build 10558. If you enable the feature, the feature will get disabled automatically — suggesting that the feature is still under development.
This will indeed be a pretty useful feature when it comes to security. Find My Phone on smartphones have been really useful in the past years, and Microsoft is finally bringing the feature to computers, too. It will be interesting to see if Microsoft keeps this feature in the coming builds, so don’t be surprised if the feature gets removed in the coming builds. That being said, if you are a Windows 10 user, would you like to have a feature like this for your computer? Discuss in the comment section below.