The password is too dated.When running on some computers Windows 11, You can log in with your face. You may have seen this on your smartphone or even some computers running Windows 10. This is one of the fastest ways to securely log in to your device. Microsoft calls it Windows Hello, and you can also use it to set up a fingerprint reader.
In Windows 11, Microsoft has built facial recognition settings into the out-of-the-box setup process. If you buy a new laptop equipped with an infrared camera that supports Windows Hello facial recognition, you will be asked to set it up when you turn on the computer for the first time.
However, if you skipped the settings, updated from a Windows 10 PC, or even purchased a new external webcam that supports Windows 11, you may need to set it up later.
The following is how to set up face login in Windows 11:
1. Open settings And choose account From the sidebar.
2. Click “Login Options”.
3. Click “Face Recognition (Windows Hello)” And press “set up.”
4. A Windows Hello setup window will appear.Click on “let’s start.”
If you set a PIN, you will be asked to enter it immediately.
5. Look at the webcam. You will see it scan your face.
If you have not set a PIN, Windows 11 will prompt you to set one now. You have no choice in this matter.
6. Click on “closure“End of setting.
If you want to run the scan again to get another look (for example, with or without glasses), you can Click “Improve recognition”
The next time your computer enters the lock screen, whether it’s because you locked it, it locked itself during sleep, or you turned it off and back on, your PC will scan your face. Once detected, the machine will unlock and take you to the Windows 11 desktop.
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