Back in May, Microsoft shared their vision of a world without passwords, and the company is already on its way to making that a reality in the next version of Windows 10: the latest Insider Build supports password-less accounts, which allows users to sign in using their phone and texted codes instead of a traditional passphrase. Users are only asked to re-enter a code if they sign in on a new PC. You can now create a Microsoft account without a password. Instead, you just provide your phone number. When you sign into Windows 10 with that phone number, Microsoft will text you a code that you enter on the sign-in screen. After that, you can use Windows Hello to set up a PIN, fingerprint, or face login method. You never have to type a password—your account doesn’t even have one!