Linked by David Adams on Tue 29th Jun 2010 17:39 UTC, submitted by waid0004
Windows An Italian Windows site called "Windowsette" has published some purported secret Microsoft documents outlining some design and strategy plans for Windows 8. The Microsoft Kitchen blog has provided some analysis of the documents. The documents appear genuine, and there's lots of interesting information there.
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RE: Facial Recognition Login?
by aliquis on Wed 30th Jun 2010 15:21 UTC in reply to "Facial Recognition Login?"
aliquis
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2005-07-23

Nothing, but it doesn't have to be ultra-secure as long as you can turn it off.

If it's a family computer, you trust your family and everyone just want to have their own desktop, documents, photos and bookmarks , then it's enough, simply to use and work.

If it's in a corporate environment then just turn it of and use something safer.

Windows and OS X let the system boot into a user in the first place to without logging in, same thing, you don't HAVE to.

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