If you want to use face recognition, you need a 3D camera, such as Intel RealSense. With this type of camera you can set up Windows Hello, use your face to access your computer, or verify completion of transactions on the Windows Store.
If you own a RealSense camera, you'll be able to set up Windows Hello as a login security screen, helping you verify your identity without pressing the keyboard to login, even to log in to Full purchase in Store is also supported.
If your Windows 10 computer is not supported, the Windows Hello feature will not appear.
List of Windows 10 computers that support Windows Hello:
- Dell Inspiron 15 5548
- Acer Aspire V 17 Nitro
- Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 15
- Lenovo ThinkPad E550
- Asus N551JQ
- Asus ROG G771JM
- Asus X751LD
- HP Envy 15t Touch RealSense Laptop
- Lenovo B5030
- Dell Inspiron 23 7000
Set up Windows Hello to recognize faces on Windows 10
1. Open Settings then click Accounts and then select Sign-in options.
2. Set a PIN by clicking the Add button in the PIN section (but you can skip this step if you already have a PIN). After completing the steps, you should see the Windows Hello setup options.
3. Now you will see an option called Face, you just need to click on Set up under the Face option.
4.Click on Get Started.
5. Next, you will be moved to memorizing the face of Windows Hello, just look at the camera, and perform as required.
Windows Hello will automatically remember how your face looks on the system.
6. In addition, Windows Hello has advanced recognition features in Improve recognition. You can wear glasses so that your device can remember and identify when you wear or not.
7. So you have completed the steps of setting up Windows Hello face recognition on Windows 10.
If you want to delete or change the identification, you can use the Remove tool.
You can also choose to require advanced identification by selecting left and right rotation to unlock the lock screen - although it takes time, this feature will be more secure.