Windows 10 build 10125: Windows Hello, new icons and much more
Microsoft aims to make Windows 10 an operating system that will meet the requirements of all categories of users, both ordinary and corporate. The latter, however, more than others are concerned about the security of their information, so to protect data, the operating system will offer a whole new set of tools, and one of them will be Windows Hello – software that allows you to log in using facial recognition and fingerprints.
This feature was introduced on March 17, but since then news about her. Today, thanks to leaked screenshots from Windows 10 Build 10125, we can learn about Windows Hello a little more.
Hello will make it possible to authenticate by facial recognition, iris or fingerprint at the system level, and to use this method of entry will be how to authenticate the account, and in separate applications. Fingerprint recognition will work on all computers equipped with the appropriate reader, while face recognition would require a special 3D camera with infrared technology capable of recognizing faces and iris.
In the Assembly 10125 is Windows Hello in the settings entry in the Settings app to enable and require the installation of a PIN.
There are in this Assembly and other notable innovations. First, next to the button «All apps» in the start menu now contains the value «New» if your computer is installed a new applications. Also there is a new app Network beta, although currently it is not working.
In the new build included a «setting list», which is not active in the current version of 10122. This option allows you to choose which system folder should be displayed in the menu list «start» («Downloads», «Documents», etc.).
The new version also stressed that Microsoft continues to follow the path of improving the user interface. In particular, 10125 build contains new icons for folders and system functions, and for tablet mode on the control panel has been added to the «Back» button that works like such on devices with Windows Phone.
From : WinBeta, Wzor