Microsoft is rolling out the new version of its operating system to Windows 10 PCs and tablets.
It is not yet available on smartphones, but users of the mobile operating system can install it on computers, Macs and PCs using a Windows Update update.
Microsoft says it has received over 1 million updates, and the company says it is aware of over 100 million unique devices worldwide.
In addition, Microsoft says that the company has more than 8.8 million active active Windows 10 accounts and has received 1.6 million bug reports.
Users can sign up for updates from the Windows Update website, and users can check for updates in the Windows Store.
Microsoft is using a process called “Windows Insider Preview,” or “FOLO,” to test out new features and make them available to Windows users.
If the software doesn’t work properly for you, you can always sign up to receive the latest software.
In an interview with TechCrunch, Microsoft COO Terry Myerson said that people who have been using the OS on their desktop or laptop for several years are now getting the software, and that Microsoft is adding features to help users stay current.
“We’ve had people in our Office 365 suite who’ve been using Windows for 10 years, who were in Windows 7 for 10 days, and we were like, ‘Hey, you know, you’ve got to be kidding me,'” Myerson told TechCrunch.
“Now we’re rolling it out, and it’s just great.
It’s just awesome.”
Microsoft is also introducing new apps for its Office 365 product.
The new Office apps will have access to more features, Myerson explained.
“One of the things that we’ve been working on, the Office 365 app, is going to have a more robust ecosystem that is going through a lot of changes in the coming months,” Myerson continued.
“It’s going to be able to take advantage of a lot more things and it will allow users to have more choices about where they want to go.”
He also said that Microsoft will be releasing a new Microsoft News app in the future.
Microsoft has been working hard to update Windows 10.
It introduced Windows 10 Insider Preview a few weeks ago and released a beta version of the software on April 15.
Myerson says the software is still undergoing testing.
“That’s one of the ways we test,” Myeson said.
“If you don’t install it, it’s going out, but if you install it and it works, it will be out in a few months.
So we are doing the same thing.
So it’s not that the beta is out there, but it’s testing.
That’s what we do.”
Myerson added that Microsoft plans to release more of the new features that are available in the software and the apps in the near future.
“The more we have to test the stuff, the more we can add in.
That means more apps that will work with it, and more things to test,” he said.
Myeson also told TechRadar that he believes Microsoft is doing a good job in making sure that Windows 10 is the most secure operating system.
“I think the more security we have in Windows 10, the better off we are,” he continued.
I think that if we are going to do this, we should have the best security and we should make sure that we have a better secure platform.
Microsoft will also begin rolling out Windows 10 updates to other devices that users have signed up for. “
Windows 10 Mobile is rolling updates out for Windows PCs and Mobile devices today, and customers can expect to see the security updates shortly,” Myongson said.
Microsoft will also begin rolling out Windows 10 updates to other devices that users have signed up for.
The update will bring Windows 10 to tablets and phones that are running Windows 10 Enterprise and Enterprise x64 editions, Microsoft said.