Microsoft Passport: This feature uses two-factor authentication to verify users. With this technology, users can register another supported device, such as another laptop or a Windows phone, then use it to unlock a Windows 10 machine via a PIN or gesture.
Microsoft Passport, combined with Windows Hello's biometric user authentication, could make the archaic character password system a thing of the past.
Better Browsing: Microsoft Edge will now offer browser extensions. If you use add-ons or extensions for competing browsers, like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, you know that there are several extensions available. The great thing about extensions is that you can customize your browsing experience.
Users that upgrade to Windows 10 can also look forward to the anniversary update that will start rolling out on August 2. Click here to see what's included in this Windows 10 overhaul.
On the other side of things, there are some Windows 10 features that we don't really care for. Before you upgrade, take a look at these 10 reasons you may not want to switch. If you do upgrade to Windows 10 then decide you don't like it, don't worry - there is a way to roll back to an older version. Click here to see how it's done, and get step-by-step instructions.