Microsoft is making Windows 10 passwordless

Microsoft is planning to make Windows 10 PCs work without passwords as the next major update to Windows 10 next year will enable a passwordless sign-in for Microsoft accounts on a Windows 10 devices. This means PCs will use Windows Hello face authentication, fingerprints, or a PIN code.

Microsoft want people to stop using passwords to log into Windows 10 PCs because people love to reuse them across every website and on their personal devices and it’s still difficult to convince people to use two-factor authentication.

Microsoft is now planning to allow people to remove the password option entirely from the Windows 10 login screen. The password option will simply disappear from the login screen, if you decide to opt in to this new “make your device passwordless” feature.

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