The “Corporation of Goodness” will finally allow its users to use the Google account to verify the identity in Windows 10. The Chrome Story portal found in the source code of the latest build of Chromium the mention of the fact that people will be able to use the Google account to log into Windows 10. At the moment, the above function does not work, but it seems that it will appear in the near future.
In Windows 10 there are several built-in authentication systems: password, PIN, smart card, as well as biometric identification systems (face scanner, eye retina or fingerprints). However, the operating system allows you to use third-party authorization methods – for example, entering a login and password from a non-Microsoft service. But to do this, developers of third-party programs must implement authorization support in Windows 10 in their applications. Apparently, Google is already doing this.
The enthusiasts found the following code in the gaia_resources.grd file of the latest build of Chromium:
<message name = “IDS_INVALID_UI_RESPONSE” desc = “”>
Signing in to your Google account failed, please try again. Make sure the computer has a valid internet connection. If the error persists, please report to Google (could not parse UI data).
<message name = “IDS_USER_ALREADY_EXISTS” desc = “”>
A user on this computer was created from this Google Account. Either sign in to the existing user or create a new user with a different Google Account.
<message name = “IDS_AUTH_FID_DESCRIPTION” desc = “”>
Login using your Google Account.
Apparently, the account from the browser Google Chrome can be used as an authorization when you log on to Windows 10. This function can be incredibly useful in cases where the user forgot the password from the operating system (not to be confused with the password from the Microsoft account).
In this case, he will be able to verify his identity by logging into the Google account (which must be activated in the Chrome browser installed on your computer) – after that, the person will be able to recover the password from Windows 10.
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