Microsoft recently revealed Windows Hello for Windows 10. For those unfamiliar, Windows Hello is a new feature for Windows 10 which will allow users to login to the OS quickly using face recognition, fingerprint scanning, etc. Windows Hello isn’t currently available on any official Windows 10 build that is available to Insiders – however, the feature was spotted on Build 10125 which was leaked recently. We’re able to install Windows 10 Build 10125, but, unfortunately, we don’t have the required hardware to test the feature. Thankfully though, a Windows beta tester posted a video showing off the fingerprint scanning feature of Windows Hello on Build 10125 – take a look:
As you can see on the video above, the authentication via fingerprint scanning on Windows Hello works pretty simply: you just need to add a fingerprint on the Settings app, and then you’ll be good to go. It’s worth pointing out that you can add multiple fingerprints as well, which is pretty useful.
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