Microsoft wants to bake this feature natively into windows and has been working on removing passwords from Windows 10 and its Microsoft Accounts for a number of months now, the next major update to Windows 10 next year will go one step further.
Microsoft, in a bid to move away from traditional methods of logging-in to devices, appears to have begun testing password-less sign-in into Microsoft accounts.
Microsoft Windows 10 users can also opt into two-factor authentication processes.
Security updates to Windows Server, Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows Storage and Filesystems, Windows Shell, Windows Input and Composition, and Windows Kernel. But once again, we're reminded that any impression that we. the users own Windows-as-a-Service is an illusion - Microsoft can and will keep bending the rules to suit itself.
There's also a new way to add an event or reminder by simply going to the calendar flyout from the taskbar - you'll now see a new text box where you can type in your events and reminders on the fly.
With the problems having been fixed as of July 11, you may have to wait until the weekend for the update to show up for you.
The Dynabook Smartphone link app issue is resolved. All you need to do is just click switch in settings (under Accounts - Sign-in options) and a password won't work at all.
We fixed an issue that could result in the virtual desktop thumbnail in task view not updating after moving a window to a different desktop.
We fixed an issue resulting in certain games unexpectedly just showing a black screen when run in full screen mode on some devices recently.
Note: Try the default values for TFTP block size and TFTP window size first but depending on your environment and overall settings, you may need to adjust them for your setup. As usual, there are no new features but the patches do include security fixes and system improvements.