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Benss Fingerprint Reader Analyzer for Windows 7 8 10 Hello, Fingerprint Scanner Wireless Biometrics Computer Security Login Lock with WQHL Fido Certification for PC Laptop, 2 Years Warranty Grey
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- Genuine win10 don't need to download any driver file to make it work.(If it is not genuine, you need to download the driver)
- 360°all-round detectable, you can sign-in into your windows devices in 0.1 seconds.
- Support files and data encryption, protect your files in one step.
- Support up to 10 fingerprint ID, all family member can enjoy fingerprint recognition and encryption.
- Featuring a biological detection will high precision algorithm to detect the real fingerprint not the forged, protect your privacy better than passwords input
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Windows 7 8 10 32/64-bits. Not compatible with the Linux/Mac/Android operating system.
Designed for Windows Login
Adopting the uniqueness of one's fingerprint features to prevent unauthorized access to your computer
Secure and Convenience
Touch base Fingerprint dongle with great FAR(<0.002%) and FRR(< 3%), high secure but also easy-of-use (<1 sec. matching ).
Fingerprint Touch by any Direction
Accept "360 degrees"fingerprint matching to free your finger touch scenarios.
Elegant, smallest and little weight Dimension: 0.83x0.55x 0.31inch
Make Fingerprint Sensor Smart
Build-in "Smart Learning"algorithm to make your fingerprint matching faster and faster.
It supports to encrypt of Windows Login, Screen Saver Lock, File/Folder
The Guidelines for Start your Fingerprint to Windows Hello
1.Start from "Settings"=>"Accounts"
2."Sign-in Options", Fingerprint "Setup"
3.Need PIN code first; if no PIN code yet, Windows Hello will guide you to setup
4.Enroll and Register your fingerprint around 10~12 enrollments(touch, lift), Try to touch your finger by different area,not always touch by same finger area.
If you already installed previous version drivers
1.Uninstall driver first
2.Upgrade by INF(following Windows Hello Validation requirement)
3.Since we insert "Scheduler" in by registry keys,please "reboot" system to make those "run once" effective.
1.Windows Hello only allows 3 times fingerprint matching, If you failed to login in for 3 times or more, please switch to PIN code to login again.
2.If any issues during the process, please feel free to leave us message directly. We'll be glad to show you in details.
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Only annoying thing was trying to install the drivers. It comes with a little piece of paper with a QR code to scan which makes no sense at all. I had to download an app on my phone to then get the website address and then type it into my computers browser... why not just print the web address on the piece of paper? Who knows, maybe I'm the only one who thought that was bizarre. Either way still an awesome little device.
When I plugged it in, it didn't load the driver automatically. I had to go to the Device Manager and make Windows search for the driver online. After it installed, I rebooted and tried to configure the fingerprint login. Alas, I got was "Sorry, an error occurred". Went to the benss website. Oh my, what a piece of ... You may be a Chinese company but still, a bit of love to spend on producing an English-language version of the website shouldn't be too much to ask for if you sell into this market. Anyway, I found the Win 10 driver, downloaded and installed it, and tried again to register my fingerprint. No surprise, the same result "Sorry, an error occurred"
Okay, I thought, no problem, let's return the reader and at least I won't be worse off than before. Uh, not so. Now my *inbuilt* reader didn't work anymore. Thanks so much, Benss. Not only that, going to Windows Settings/Accounts, clicking on Sign-in Options would make the Settings app totally unresponsive. In the end, I had to reinstall the drivers for the inbuilt reader before I finally had everything back in working order.
Honestly, I am not sure if this is a problem I can attribute to this specific USB reader or maybe Windows Hello just doesn't like two fingerprint readers on the same computer. In any case, it's going back to Amazon.
For some windows user who are a little more advanced, if you're having trouble with Windows Hello Setup crashing immediately as soon as you try to set up your fingerprint, check your group policy and re-enable UAC. There's been a bug that prevents the setup from running if you disable the UAC feature.
My wife, on the other hand, has nearly no discernible fingerprint. When she got her fingerprints taken for the TSA-Pre service, they thought the machine was broken, because her prints showed up as dark smudges instead of distinct lines. So for her, this product is entirely useless. Keep that in mind if you spend all day with your hands in water for your career, or if you just like washing your hands a lot or something.
Setup was easy. Effectively plug-and-play with Windows 10 Hello.