Microsoft’s newest operating system is finally getting its first major update, but it’s not the most significant.
In fact, it’s only the second major update to Windows 10 since the original release, which rolled out to consumers in December of last year.
The update is just the latest in a series of updates that Microsoft has rolled out since then.
But, it has some important differences from the previous major updates to Windows that it has released.
For example, the operating system has a lot of new features.
Microsoft’s latest update brings a slew of new apps, including Microsoft Teams, Cortana, the new Microsoft Outlook and more.
It also brings the ability to connect to a cloud-based file service, the first time Microsoft has offered this option for Office 365 customers.
In addition to those new features, Microsoft is also adding new features to Office 365 that are designed to make it easier for people to collaborate, organize and share files and documents.
Microsoft also introduced a new calendar, Photos, a new app called My Docs that brings you more options to create and manage your own photos, and a new document viewer called Office Lens.
These are just a few of the features that are new to Windows for the first major release.
Microsoft is rolling out a host of other features and changes throughout the year, including new Office 365 features, the ability for Office apps to access cloud-powered file storage, improvements to the app’s security features, a revamped Windows Update process and a number of other updates that make Windows 10 better for users.
The biggest change in Windows 8.1 is the new way that the operating OS handles file access.
In Windows 8, file access was handled in a way that required users to physically click on a link in the Windows search bar.
In the new Windows 10 update, users are able to right-click on the file icon and navigate to the folder that contains the file.
In other words, users can open and edit a file from a web browser and have it instantly open in a file manager, or they can open the file from the Start screen and navigate through the files.
The file is automatically opened, which is a feature that was a feature of Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro.
Microsoft says this makes it easier to get things done and lets users do more than just open files from the browser.
Windows 10 is also faster, thanks to a number improvements to its file management system.
Microsoft says this means that Windows 10 now takes up less space than Windows 8 when it’s running in a virtual machine.
The operating system also offers better performance on some of the newest computers.
The operating system’s performance also improves when users are working with multiple computers.
Microsoft’s research has found that the file size on Windows 10 files on new computers is smaller than on older computers.
Microsoft has also made improvements to how users can customize their personal digital assistants and other digital services.
For example, Microsoft says it’s making the Personal Assistant app even more useful by making it more powerful.
The company is also releasing several new ways for people who have Windows 10 to share files on social media sites, and it is adding more ways for users to manage and protect their personal data.
In some ways, Windows 10 is similar to Windows 8 that it came after.
Windows 8 was designed to run on multiple machines and used different kinds of software to run in a different way.
It took years for the company to get around the problem of the operating systems running on the same hardware.
But Windows 10, which has been designed to be run on all of the same computers, has been an evolution of Windows.
It’s also important to note that Windows and Office 365 have had major upgrades since Windows 8 launched in 2012.
Microsoft and Office have both improved and updated the software, so it’s possible that the new versions of the two programs will also be improved or updated in the coming months.