Windows 10 Tip: How to set up Windows Hello on your PC

2016-11-01 KENNETH 0

Windows 10 Tip: How to set up Windows Hello on your PC Did you know that with Windows Hello, you can sign into your Windows 10 devices* in less than two seconds**? Windows Hello uses biometric sensors to recognize your face or fingerprint instantly and unlocks your device without needing a password. To get started, check to see if your device works with Windows Hello: Go to Windows Settings (or simply type Windows key + I) > select Accounts > Sign-in options > Windows Hello If it doesn’t, you have a couple of options. Consider buying a new PC, fingerprint accessory or camera accessory so that you can use the facial unlock or biometric security capabilities of Windows Hello. Here’s how to set up Windows Hello: Open the Settings menu (or simply type Windows key + I). Go to Accounts [ more… ]

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A peek into the WebAssembly Browser Preview

2016-11-01 KENNETH 0

A peek into the WebAssembly Browser Preview Following the introduction of asm.js, we have been working with other browser vendors including Mozilla, Google, Apple, along with the rest of the WebAssembly community group, to push the performance boundary of the web with WebAssembly. WebAssembly is a new, portable, size- and load-time-efficient binary compiler target, which promises near-native performance on the web. As the community group comes close to consensus over the final design of the MVP (minimum viable product) release, we are pleased to share that the WebAssembly standard is in browser preview and invite the community to provide feedback on the WebAssembly design. We’re continuing to make progress towards a public preview implementation in Microsoft Edge, and today we’re excited to demonstrate WebAssembly in our internal builds. The Browser Preview The WebAssembly browser preview is effectively a release candidate [ more… ]