Making Windows 10 More Personal With Windows Hello

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Microsoft announces Windows Hello, designed to make your computing experience more personal and more secure. Windows Hello introduces biometric authentication – using your face, fingerprint or iris to unlock your device.


  1. I wonder how many of these haters use a fingerprint scanner or iris scanner to unlock their smartphones?  If you do then you like the technology and don't want to admit it when dealing with Microsoft.

  2. I have been researching new laptops to buy and decided to go to Best Buy to check out what they had on display and the finalist had the Windows Hello facial recognition camera built into it.  It was good at seeing you even if you were looking kind of side ways.  I tried the photo thing too and it didn't work of course this being before I found this video.

  3. 1:33 in, "This is what allows us to get that facial recognition all the way up to what we call 'Enterprise-Grade': over 1 in 100k false accept rate." Do you mean "under 1 in 100k false accept rate?" The way it was stated doesn't affirm the security of the system. A false accept rate of 1 in 5 is "over" 1 in 100,000 and certainly wouldn't be considered "better" than 1 in 100,000.

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