Dynamic Windows Locking in Windows 10 build 15002

Dynamic Windows Locking

Dynamic Windows Locking

Why Dynamic Windows Locking?

Windows 10 build 15002, which was released this week and made available for download to Windows insider members. This new build has a new feature of data protection in a new way. That is dynamic protection of PC or laptop. This new technology will lock down windows when user goes away from computer screen or does not use computer for long time.

1. What is dynamic protection in windows 10?

2. How Dynamic protection is enabled in windows 10 build 15002?

3. How dynamic blocking works in windows 10?

Windows 10 has already got hit advanced locking windows welcome features that allow you to unlock windows using front camera of laptop in which camera eye matches the person image. Now Microsoft extends windows protection to more advanced levels. The latest release of widows 10 build 15002 that just has been released to members of windows insider introduces another novelty in this era that is function of dynamic blocking.

How does the dynamic blocking of the Windows 10 build 15002?

Users can enable dynamic locking function in windows login settings. By utilizing this feature windows will know if you are near the computer or away from the computer. If user is near the computer system will not be locked, but if computer is not used for long time or user is away from computer dynamic protection will enable locking of windows 10. In this way un authorized access will be prohibited if user forget to lock computer when getting away.

Dynamic Windows Locking

Dynamic Windows Locking

All next builds will be equipped with dynamic locking feature. Currently this update is only available to windows insider members for test purpose. That is going to be great advantage for tens premier going to held in April of this year 2017.

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