Microsoft Windows 10 users will eventually be able to reset their account passwords from the lock screen, while the company is currently experiencing a feature that would allow password recovery with the help of Cortana's digital assistant .
The new feature is already available in the latest version of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, and the new password recovery option appears next to the link options link.
As the MSPU, Microsoft has designed the whole process to be very intuitive, since when a user clicks "I forgot my password", a wizard appears that guides him through the whole process. Cortana Digital Assistant may request password recovery information, such as a different email address, or a Microsoft Authenticator verification number or password.
Once these details are given, Microsoft will allow you to choose a new password for your account and ultimately allow you to sign in to Windows 10.
At this time, the feature is only available in Microsoft's latest test build, but with the release of the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update in September, everyone will be able to use it.
Restoring passwords for Microsoft Accounts in Windows 10 is something the operating system users have repeatedly asked because it was almost impossible to connect to their systems if they did not have another device connected to the internet.
Microsoft seems to have come close to finalizing the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and is preparing to launch the latest Bug Bash before it's released to the public. This means that most of the new features we've seen from time to time in test builds will be integrated and the forthcoming bouilds will mainly focus on debugging.
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The Bug Bash will be launched this Friday and will last for a whole week. During this time, Microsoft will record user comments and comments to analyze them later. This will look at which features need improvement before the release of the functional.