You probably have heard that Windows 10 will be launched this summer in 190 countries and 111 languages but here’s a breakdown of some of the most important things you need to know about this and how’s going to impact your Windows experience soon.
First Microsoft has dropped a hint that the Inteernet exploere brand is going away as you know it but will be replaced by a new browser called Project Spartan. Microsoft’s marketing chief Chris Capossela revealed that the company is currently working on a new name and brand. “We’re now researching what the new brand, or the new name, for our browser should be in Windows 10,” said Capossela. Microsoft IE (Internet explorer) will still exist in some versions of Windows like for enterprise compatibility.
The other thing you need to know is that Microsoft also announced a new biometric authentication for Windows 10 called Windows Hello. Using this, you can unlock your Windows devices with your finger, face or iris. According to a Venture beat report, Microsoft describes Windows Hello as “biometric authentication which can provide instant access to your Windows 10 devices.*” That asterisk is no typo. The fine print states that Windows Hello requires specialized hardware, “including fingerprint reader, illuminated IR sensor or other biometric sensors.