How to Log into Windows 10 Using Your Phone ? [2016]

How to Log into Windows 10 Using Your Phone ? [2016]

Windows 10 has been in the pc world for quite some time now but it had not found its bearing in the mobile world until recently. Windows 10 is now pro

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How to Log into Windows 10 Using Your Phone ? [2016]
Windows 10 has been in the pc world for quite some time now but it had not found its bearing in the mobile world until recently. Windows 10 is now proving to love all your devices, from mobile phones to printers to tablets. In the past these devices used to exist in isolation but now there are a range of apps and services to connect them to each other and create a multi-device system. What is even more interesting, you can log into Windows 10 using your mobile phone. The company has made an app that logs you into your nearby Windows 10 PC. Here is how it is done.

Phone sign-in beta- Microsoft is currently testing an Authenticator app for Windows 10 mobile known as the Phone Sign-in Beta. From the look of the things, the app could continue to generate codes for multi-factor authentication but the upgraded app unlocks your PC with only one tap provided that your phone and your PC are in close range. Although the new version of authenticator is not available for download, it is already listed in the Windows Store. This app will definitely play a major role in the death of the password.

Bluetooth sync- Once you have the phone sign-in beta app, the next step is to do a Bluetooth sync between your phone and your PC. After this is done, you should then open the app on your phone. You will see your computer listed and all you have to do is to tap on it. According to the latest technology news, it is not yet clear whether the Bluetooth sync is a onetime operation which will allow the app to use a local Wi-Fi network to identify your computer or you have to do the Bluetooth Authentication every time you want to log into your PC using your phone.
The app has been explicitly described for logging in at work only. However, if the latest news is anything to go by, there might be an app for home users too as suggested by the Microsoft account support. This will make working at home much easier as well as entertainment.

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