Microsoft Edge with the Windows 10 provides you a better battery life and performance. It lets you enjoy faster browsing on Windows 10 platform which in turn saves your time and helps you focus. You can get all your stuff done easily with the built-in features of Edge and stay organized. In spite of so many improvements by Microsoft, the majority of windows users still use Chrome or Firefox as their primary browser. So, to take Microsoft Edge one step ahead of its competitors, Microsoft today announced a new feature – Web Authentication in Microsoft Edge.
This upcoming feature of Microsoft will give you a passwordless experience. So, what this feature does exactly? Web Authentication in Microsoft Edge allows users to sign in everywhere with their face, fingerprint, PIN, or portable FIDO2 devices. So, it solves your major issues like that of forgetting the passwords or creation of a secure password so that no one else has access to your content.
Enjoy the web without passwords
To solve all these security concerns and change this ancient-old security model, Microsoft has been developing a world without passwords with the innovations like ‘Hello Biometrics‘ and today with the ‘Web Authentication’. This passwordless system created by Microsoft allows users to keep their data private and prevent its access to anyone without notice.
Windows Hello allows users to authenticate on any Windows 10 device without a password, the data can be accessed with biometrics face and fingerprint recognition or a PIN number to sign in to websites within Microsoft Edge. The face recognition allows users to log in to the sites that support web authentication in seconds with just a glance.
To get started with this great security feature in Microsoft Edge and to know more about its implementation, check out the Web Authentication guide here.
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