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Find out how to log in to your device without entering a password

Find out how to log in to your device without entering a password

Our platforms or devices that we use on a daily basis, have many features in terms of security. You will see that with just a few clicks you can already improve your security. Try to use the tools you have to the best of your advantage. Logging in to your accounts is a hassle sometimes. Constantly having to remember your login credentials can be tedious, especially if you use different combinations. If you’re still looking for a solution to strengthen and manage your passwords, check out our blog post on password managers. There we discuss the effectiveness of software like Bitwarden. They can help you create and manage unique passwords. Thankfully, there are also tools that allow you to log into your account or device in other ways and we describe them below.

Biometric authentication method in Windows?

Windows Hello was implemented in Windows 10. It makes use of a so-called biometric authentication method. It is a method that relies on unique characteristics of individuals. Facial recognition, iris scan and fingerprint scan are examples and are available in Windows Hello. It is safe to say that this is a good way to ensure safety since it is only possible to login with biometric values, which are unique. Not only does it grant safety, it is also quite easy to setup. Wondering how to set up Windows Hello, follow the instructions on this page.

Facial recognition and fingerprint scan

Sign-in methods that are used most commonly are facial recognition and fingerprint scan. Modern smartphones are usually equipped with at least one of these two methods. Instead of inserting your password or pin code, you can use either face ID or a fingerprint scan. Both will allow you to sign in to your device faster. With Apple Face ID for example, you can enter your device, but you can also use it to open certain applications.
Setting up Face ID on your iPhone or iPad? Then you can check out this page.