Microsoft has announced it will deliver an Anniversary Update for Windows 10 in the coming months (US summer).
According to a report by Engadget, Microsoft made the announcement at its 2016 Build Conference.
The update will bring support for Windows Hello’s biometric authentication to apps, including the Edge browser.
This will allow users to log into a website using their fingerprint, stated the report.
Other new features will include Pen support with the sticky note app and virtual drawing tools; and unification between the Windows 10 and Xbox One app stores.
Universal apps and Linux Bash support
Microsoft also announced the launch of Linux Bash support, which will integrate the Bash command line shell and support for Ubuntu Linux binaries into Windows 10.
Updates to its Universal Windows apps were also revealed, with Facebook, Messenger, Twitter, Instagram, and Vine – and many more – set to work across Windows mobile, Xbox, and desktop platforms.