Windows Hello’s Facial Recognition feature on Windows 10 Build 10166 gets demoed in new video

Few months ago, Microsoft revealed Windows Hello – one of the major new security features available with Windows 10. Windows Hello is pretty amazing – it lets your computer verify your identity using cameras like the Intel RealSense 3D Camera (F200) and sign-in easily. The folks over at WinSuperSite was able to get their hands-on a RealSense 3D Camera F2000’s developer kit which supports Windows Hello. Take a look at Windows Hello in action on Windows 10 Build 10166 in the comment section below:

As you can see on the above video, Windows Hello Facial Recognition is very fast, as well as secure. You won’t be able to login using a digital picture – which makes the feature much more secure and easy to avoid security risks for users.

Upcoming Windows 10 devices are expected to come with Windows Hello soon. Until then, discuss what you think of Windows Hello in the comment section below!

Source: WinSuperSite

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