By default, whenever you set up a “Windows Hello” login method, such as using a fingerprint sensor, facial recognition scanning, or a PIN, Windows 10 automatically disables the sign-in method. enter with the traditional password. In other words, Microsoft prefers to direct users to more advanced forms of biometric authentication, instead of using passwords as usual.
However, if you do not like biometric security, want to use the form of re-login to your Windows account with a familiar password, what to do?
First, open the Settings app by clicking the gear icon in the Start menu, or press Windows + i to open it quickly.
In the Settings menu, click on “ Accounts ”.
In the view of the ” Accounts ” section, look at the options bar on the right, you will see an option called ” Sign-in options “. Click it.
The ” Sign-in options ” interface will immediately open, scroll down until you see the ” Require Windows Hello sign-in for Microsoft accounts” option . Click on the switch below to switch it to the state ” Off “.
Now, your Windows Hello login feature is disabled. Close the Settings app .. The next time you log out or lock your screen (Press Windows + L to quickly lock the screen if you want to check), you’ll see an option to sign in with your familiar password again. attached. Besides, of course, you can still use the Windows Hello sign-in options if you want.