Click the "Get started" button and the IR camera will turn on and scan your face. The computer starts but hangs at the login screen with the default background seascape and the Fast Access logo visible but no other buttons or information. It also works with more than a dozen apps like DropBox, iHeartRadio and OneDrive, so you can skip typing in a password. There should be no issue with disabling the software since Windows 10 already has its own built-in facial recognition software called Windows Hello. Sorry this didn't help. Note that if the "Set up" button is grayed out, it's because you must set up a system password before you can use other sign-in options. First, you'll be asked to enter your system password, and then you'll be asked to create a PIN, which cannot be the same as your password.
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Windows 10 Anniversary Update and Fast Access Facial Recognition
How satisfied are you with this response? There should be no issue with disabling the software since Windows 10 already has its own built-in facial recognition software called Windows Hello. This thread is locked. Thanks for marking this as the answer. Are your drivers updated? If you have this option off, you'll be asked to dismiss the lock screen manually after Windows recognizes your face, which means clicking a mouse button, keyboard key or swiping your touchscreen.