Microsoft has just released the first 2019 build of Windows 10 19H1, and just like before, it is available for download for users in the Fast ring.
Windows 10 build 18309 doesn’t bring too many changes, but it does release the new Windows Hello PIN reset experience to all versions of the operating system.
Previously, in Windows 10 build 18305, this new feature was only pushed to the Home SKU, but beginning with this new release, it is available for everyone regardless of the version they are running.
The new Windows Hello PIN reset experience is based on a familiar look and feel that resembles the one when signing in on the web. This way, users can reset their PINs more easily when trying to log in to Windows 10.
Additionally, Microsoft is also promoting its password-less push to all Windows 10 versions, after previously making it available to the Home SKU exclusively.
“We’re pushing forward on eliminating passwords and ke… (read more)