The Windows 10 October 2018 release is back, and Microsoft now announces that users can connect to its main websites from the Edge browser without a password. Edge on Windows 10 1809 supports WebAuthn, the W3C standard for password-free login to websites, also supported by Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Key or biometry for access from Edge WebAuthn allows you to connect to Web sites from the Edge using biometric data, such as face recognition or fingerprints via Windows Hello, as well as FIDO2-compliant security keys including Yubico's YubiKey and Feitian BioPass. For Windows users, this means that they will be able to connect to a range of Microsoft applications and Web sites from the Edge, using Windows Hello or FIDO2 compatible security keys. The advantage over passwords is that it is more difficult to be a victim of phishing attacks and that users do not have to worry about entering a username and password. Users will be able to use the new method to connect to accounts on Outlook.com, Office 365, Skype, OneDrive, Cortana, Microsoft Edge, Xbox Live on PC, Mixer, Microsoft Store, Bing and MSN.