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'Windows Hello' Gets to Know Users on a Very Personal Level

 - Aug 23, 2015
References: mashable & blogs.windows
Out of all the new authentication systems out there, 'Windows Hello' takes the cake for the most personal. A feature from Windows 10, Windows Hello lets users show their face or touch a device to log in, making for a much swifter process.

Windows Hello makes logging in much easier, eliminating the need for remembering long, complex passwords. Not only are the safety measures better, the new personalized system is also more fun.

The new authentication system also ensures that only specific users have access to their devices. Passwords have increasingly become insecure and inconvenient but Windows Hello has created an alternative.

In a recent test by newspaper The Australian, six sets of identical twins were used to try and fool the system. Impressively, Windows 10 was able to distinguish each twin individually.