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    Windows 10 Home customers can access their local machine utilizing biometrics like iris or face recognition, fingerprint. The brand new face recognition utility in Home Windows 10 allows the user to login into their PC merely by taking a glimpse at it. It seems that this function is more capable of making a distinction of faces than certain people. To put the system to the ultimate trial to see if it can distinguish between identical twins an account was prepared for one twin after whom the other twin was invited to look at the face recognition utility to go online. Not one incorrect twin was given access to the PC, based on the news source, signifying that the recognition software was proficient in keeping the security intact even when dealing with identical twins.

    The savoir-faire to kill the password is available to customers who have the Home Windows 10 and an appropriate digital camera, resonant of the RealSense digital camera which captures the infrared, 3-D and the common views of the glancing user. ‘S software package, then scrutinizes the images to find out if the user at the entrance of the PC is its owner. In the midst of several hacks that were high profiled, the face recognition software for Windows 10 may probably be the solution to login securely and terminate password that is used as login credentials. Microsoft specified that hackers are not adept to steal user biometrics information. What are your thoughts on access without a password?

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    Re: ‘Windows Hello’: Can identical twins hoodwink the Windows 10 facial recognition?

    This sounds good since there are so many passwords to be remembered at times it happens that I forget the password or mix up the password. This new biometric access in windows 10 is good and surely the technology is heading to a password-less access. Now I do not have to remember so many passwords.

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      Re: ‘Windows Hello’: Can identical twins hoodwink the Windows 10 facial recognition?

      It does seem to be a good move unless there is a security breach. The conceptualization of entry without a password is nice. It will save the user from the hassles of remembering passwords. Windows 10 has been introduced to general public just recently there is still more time to go before the users come up with a genuine suggestion.

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