Reviews and Problems with Microsoft MicrosoftFingerprint Reader
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A fun toy
Daniel P., Newegg
19 March 2006
Summary: Even though it doesn't have FF support, when you're not at a login prompt and you press your finger on the pad, it brings up a little menu. You can then scroll to the "Quick Links" where it has the websites you created a fingerprint password for in IE. It then it opens them up in IE.
Pros: It's a fun little gimmick. Looks neat. You can have it remember all ten of your fingers. I just had it remember my index fingers, then for the middle fingers I had my wife scan her index finger... now each of us can log in.
Cons: As everyone else says, no FF support... Also, if you switch from using the "Welcome Screen" for your log on, you have to reinstall the program to get the welcome screen back. Not a problem if you just plan on using your fingerprint. Four eggs for non microsoft support...
Summary: great for pw protecting windows XP login screen, but really buggy with pw protecting Firefox browser windows. seems selective; sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. but win xp protection is awesome.
Summary: Works well but won't login to a domain computer. You have to type in your pass before you can use the biometrics. Also, will not work with some other non internet/microsoft programs. But it works well for other stuff.
Summary: Ho acquistato questo prodotto incuriosito da questa nuova tecnologia . E devo dire che ne sono rimasto veramente soddisfatto . FingerPrint reader permette di ottenere un facile e rapido accesso a qualsiasi sito o programma che richieda un autenticazione.