Microsoft today rolled out its new Windows 11, and one of the features it’s been promising is a new unified login experience for Windows 10 users.
The company’s blog post today says that a new Unified Login experience will appear in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (or the later Creators’ Update) that will allow users to authenticate with Windows 10 without having to change their login credentials.
Microsoft has yet to confirm whether or not this will be a Windows 10 feature that will work with any other operating system, but we’re pretty sure it won’t be a bad thing.
If you’re an old Microsoft user, it’s a great feature that should be useful even if you haven’t upgraded to Windows 10.
We’ll be covering the new feature in more detail next week, so keep an eye out for that.