Hands on with Windows 10’s Windows Hello: It just works

Windows 10’s facial-recognition technology, Windows Hello, has been the great white whale of Microsoft’s new operating system: Microsoft has demonstrated it, but rarely has anyone been able to see it in the wild.We had to tiptoe around the issue a bit in our review of Windows 10. While we had a standalone RealSense camera that Intel  provided earlier, and were able to see what effect connecting that camera had in the Settings, we had to base our opinion on what Microsoft had publicly shown to date. (Note that Hello also works with fingerprint readers, but they aren’t nearly as fun.)That’s changed. I’m writing this story on a Hello-capable Lenovo Yoga 15 that Lenovo loaned us for the purposes of testing Windows Hello, and, well, it just works. Unfortunately, laptops equipped with Windows Hello may be difficult to find, although their numbers will increase over time. For now, we have a list of Hello-equipped hardware here.Why this matters: More and more modern cars include remote unlocking technology, where your proximity unlocks your car and tells it to get ready to go. Hello works the same way: You sit down at your PC, and it automatically unlocks your PC with your face—no password required. (We… Read full this story

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