Windows 10: Windows 10 will let you say goodbye to passwords forever

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  1.    18 Feb 2015 #11

    I thought I was the only one to use the sticky notes method.
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       18 Feb 2015 #12

    A workmate of mine had a pad of sticky notes printed with "when you were out, the sh-t hit the fan", they always amused the boss.
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  3.    18 Feb 2015 #13

    Just being curious. If you set up Fido would you still be able to log in with a password as a backup just in case?
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  4.    18 Feb 2015 #14

    Hmm, what do you do with the iris recognition after cataract surgery. I am a real life example, LOL.
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       18 Feb 2015 #15

    Wow sticky notes must not have to many service or unknown visitors coming by :/
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  6.    19 Feb 2015 #16

    I thought windows 8 allowed you to sign in without typing in a password isn't that identical?
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  7.    19 Feb 2015 #17

    Windowsnoob61 said: View Post
    I thought windows 8 allowed you to sign in without typing in a password isn't that identical?
    Yes, Win10 does allow you to do the exact same thing that you can do in Win8/Win8.1.

    Jeff
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  8.    19 Feb 2015 #18

    Windowsnoob61 said: View Post
    I thought windows 8 allowed you to sign in without typing in a password isn't that identical?
    If your talking about this, Log On User Account Automatically at Windows 8 Startup that lets you or anybody else with physical access to the PC, to log on without entering a password. No authentication at all. That's not what the article is talking about.
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  9.    19 Feb 2015 #19

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    BunnyJ said: View Post
    Windowsnoob61 said: View Post
    I thought windows 8 allowed you to sign in without typing in a password isn't that identical?
    Yes, Win10 does allow you to do the exact same thing that you can do in Win8/Win8.1.

    Jeff
    If your talking about this, Log On User Account Automatically at Windows 8 Startup that lets you or anybody else with physical access to the PC, to log on without entering a password. No authentication at all. That's not what the article is talking about.
    I understand that, I was answering the previous post by @Windowsnoob61..
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  10.    19 Feb 2015 #20

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    alphanumeric said: View Post
    BunnyJ said: View Post
    Windowsnoob61 said: View Post
    I thought windows 8 allowed you to sign in without typing in a password isn't that identical?
    Yes, Win10 does allow you to do the exact same thing that you can do in Win8/Win8.1.

    Jeff
    If your talking about this, Log On User Account Automatically at Windows 8 Startup that lets you or anybody else with physical access to the PC, to log on without entering a password. No authentication at all. That's not what the article is talking about.
    I understand that, I was answering the previous post by @Windowsnoob61..
    Yes, sorry, should have quoted his post only. I haven't finished my morning coffee yet. My bad.

    EDIT: Went back and fixed it.
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