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Microsoft may release its own webcams

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Microsoft may release its own webcams
It is reported that next year Microsoft is preparing to launch its own line of external web cameras to ensure Windows Hello face recognition on all computers running Windows 10.

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Paul Thurrott originally announced that the software giant is currently developing a new 4K camera for its PC and Xbox One game console.

Cameras for Windows 10 will allow you to recognize faces on all Windows 10 PCs. At the moment, this feature is only available on devices with built-in webcams, such as its own Microsoft Surface line.

Newer devices may even use Surface branding, and they can allow users to log on to their systems using only their faces.

USB-C webcam
It seems that there is a connection between the new Microsoft webcams, and the one mentioned above will be available with the next version of the Surface Hub. The Surface Hub 2 is expected to arrive in 2019, and the device will have a USB-C port.

In an interview with The Verge in October, the head of Surface, Panos Panay, suggested that Microsoft could soon release a USB-C webcam, saying:

“Look at the camera on the Surface Hub 2, notice that this is a USB-C based camera, and the thought that we can produce an impressive camera, you can probably guess that it will happen.”

Microsoft has made great strides recently in its quest for password-free sign-in using Windows Hello, and the October Update to Windows 10 provided WebAuthn-based authentication support, which could soon be used to allow users to sign in to sites such as Office 365, using security keys. ,

With the April 2018 update, Windows 10 has become more useful and secure than ever, offering features that can really save you time and frustration, and also focus on work. Of course, there is always room for improvement, but Windows 10 is better than ever and continues to evolve.

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