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Windows 10 Smartphones Expect to Get Fingerprint Reader Support this July

May 17,2016 | by Sajid Ayaz Fallow to Sajid @Google+

Microsoft Windows 10 Anniversary update for mobile and desktop are expected to release in July. Finally with this update, the company will bring fingerprint reader support to Windows 10 based smartphones. 

With windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile a feature name Windows Hello introduced, which uses facial recognition to release smartphones. The fingerprint scanner is enormously popular feature among iPhone and Android users, whereas the feature was missing in Windows smartphones. At WinHEC conference, Microsoft announced that the company is about to bring support for fingerprint sensor in the next Windows 10 Mobile update in July.


In order to work, the sensor will have to be incorporated with Microsoft's Windows Hello functionality. The first handset to run the novel update will be HP's Elite x3. On the other hand, Windows 10 Anniversary update will bring a bunch of fresh features on mobile and desktop and it will fix bugs as well. With the new updates we expect that it will remove Wi-Fi Sense's controversial password sharing feature.


Moreover, it will bring real-time Web notifications by adding the aptitude to download conservatory on its Edge browser. These features are also available for testing in preview AdBlock and Adblock Plus have already unconfined conservatory support for the new and improved Microsoft Edge browser. By using compatible devices the users can become a part of the insider program to experience the latest version. It will also bring Windows Ink, a new platform developed for Windows 10 apps that support a stylus or pen. The feature will allow users to write with digital ink on apps such as Bing Maps, Microsoft Office, Sticky Notes, and Edge.

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