Windows Hello is a new way to unlock your computer and it makes it more secure, yet easier to access. Unlock your computer with a look or a swipe of your finger. This feature means that if your computer has a compatible camera, it can recognize your face and log you in. Alternatively, if your computer has a fingerprint reader, it can be unlocked by swiping a digit over it. What could be simpler than looking at your computer? First you need to see whether Windows Hello is supported on your computer. If it is, it will appear as an option in Settings>Account>Sign-in options. If there is no suitable camera or fingerprint scanner, you will not see a Windows Hello option.
1. Accounts settings :- Windows Hello is accessed through Settings. Click the Start menu and then select Settings. Click the Accounts category and a list of categories is displayed on the left.
2. Set up a PIN :- A PIN code to access your account must be set up before Windows Hello is ready. If you have not already done so, click the button and set a memorable, complex PIN code, like 927313.
3. Sign-in options :- Select Sign-in options on the left in Accounts. Whenever you change anything to do with your account, you are usually required to enter your password again.
4. Set up for fingerprints :- This PC has a fingerprint reader and it can be used by Windows Hello to unlock it instead of entering a password. Click the button to add one or more fingerprints.
5. Add a fingerprint The fingerprint reader on this PC is a small black bar that you swipe your finger over. You must do this several times to make sure it is read correctly.
Snap Windows hello
Snap is a not a new feature, but it has been improved in Windows 10.Automatically arrange apps and windows on the desktop in a grid pattern. It is easier than ever to rearrange multiple windows on the desktop so that you can see them all without them overlapping. Snap enables apps and windows to be dragged to the left or right side of the screen and dropped. They are automatically re-sized to fill half of the screen. If you want the app on the other side, just hold down the Windows key and press the left or right arrow key. Use Windows plus the up or down arrow to fill the top or bottom half of the screen. Repeat with another window.
1. Snap settings :- Click Start and then Settings. Click the System category and then select the Multi- tasking section to access the settings for the Snap feature. Turn on all the switches.
2. Turn Snap on:- Snap is turned on or off with this switch. Not everyone likes this feature and it is possible to accidentally snap apps and windows when moving them. It’s your choice.
3. Snap buddies :- Most apps can be snapped to the edges of the screen, but not all of them can. Turning this switch on shows the apps that can be snapped as thumbnail images.
4. Sides and corners :- Click and drag the title bar of a window to the left or right edge to fill half of the screen. Drag it to the corners to fill one quarter of the screen
5. Resizing windows :- By enabling this option, whenever you choose to resize a snapped window, all adjacent windows will also be automatically resized.
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