Windows 8 Is Getting Facial Recognition
Microsoft is reported to have released its beta version Windows 8 operating system. An Italian sources have confirmed that Microsoft have moved per its documented plan on better automating the operating system with its hardware for better user experience. In their documentation plan the company had aimed for the ambitious project and shared nitty-gritty details on its salient features that would be the first of next generation operating systems.
As per the details, Windows 8 would be embedded with facial recognition system, a sensory detection technology, that will make the computer interactive more into a science fiction date. As for now, Microsoft has already achieved notable achievement in its next operating system makeover. And a test run on the computer has drawn a futuristic story line. Users once set their face scanned by the sensory instrument will no longer have to push the start button or wait for the computer to shut down.
The operating system will have self embedded program that will automatically diagnose the owner or computer user moving around and turn the hardware on. By the time the user sits on his chair, the computer will be fully ready for functioning. The same will happen in reverse direction, in case an user needs to leave from the day work, he simply can leave the chair. The computer will automatically shut down itself. And it will secure the computer usage more to a personalized level. The beta release was limited to highly secret tester group and according to the brand, the operation system is still not ready for mass uses.
People are enthusiastically waiting for update on Windows 8. While advanced users are making point that the giant should consider providing a better solution to the password management as this is taking toll from everyone. While the concern for password management is mounting high on users, if the Windows 8 can reach the mass with success, it will soon be addressed by Microsoft, no doubt.