Microsoft has released two new versions of Windows 10 that are aimed at increasing the productivity of Windows 8.
One is the new version of Windows, which will come to Windows PCs, phones, tablets and the cloud.
The other is the much more familiar Windows 8, which has been replaced with Windows 10.
Read moreOn the face of it, the new versions are much the same.
Both are designed to be more user-friendly and feature faster performance.
But as the company has said, the major difference between the two is that the former is built on a completely different operating system called Windows 10, while the latter is a completely new version.
In Windows 10 there’s a new feature called the “Continuum” feature, which lets users switch between different versions of the same operating system.
But unlike other Microsoft products, this feature is only available on PCs and Windows devices.
What does this mean?
Windows 10 does not come with the Continuum feature installed.
It’s only available in certain versions of its own OS, Windows 8 or Windows Phone 8.
If you already have an existing Windows PC, Windows 10 will automatically install Continuum on it, unless you manually delete the Windows 10 installation disc.
Microsoft says that Continuum will be available on a future version of the Windows operating system, but it’s not clear when that might be.
Microsoft has not yet announced whether the “Microsoft Windows” feature will continue to be supported by Windows 10 on the new Windows 10 PCs.
And Windows 10 is also not expected to support Microsoft Office 365 or Microsoft Azure, two subscription-based cloud services that allow users to access their personal data from the cloud without having to connect to the Internet.
Microsoft is also continuing to use its Windows 10-specific “Universal Apps” feature to let users create their own apps on their devices.
But Microsoft has also moved to make a number of changes to the Windows Store, the platform that allows people to buy, download and install Windows apps from within Windows.
The new Windows Store has been revamped in a number to make it easier to find and install apps and games.
But the most notable changes are the removal of the “store” icon and the removal, for the time being, of the store’s “recommendations” section.
Instead, Microsoft has replaced them with “reviews,” which offer recommendations based on the number of stars that users give their apps and other apps.
Microsoft says that its reviewers “are responsible for helping make sure the app and game are suitable for their needs and expectations.”
What does all this mean for Windows 10?
Well, in many ways, Windows will still be running on Windows 8 PCs and devices.
The company is planning to release new versions that will include the Continuity feature, but Microsoft has said it will not be using Windows 10 for new devices.
However, there are a few things you should know about the new Microsoft versions.
Microsoft’s new version is designed for tablets and phones, and will not run on the desktop.
The new version does not have a unified Windows Store and does not include support for the Universal Apps feature, nor does it support apps from Microsoft Office or other subscription services.
Microsoft also says that it will be adding a number new features to Windows 10 in the coming weeks.
These include the ability to disable “advanced features” in Windows, and support for new Windows Insider Program users who are able to download new versions from Microsoft.
Finally, Microsoft will be rolling out a new Windows feature called “Automatic Update,” which will enable Windows users to automatically download updates from Microsoft when they install new versions.
This feature has been available on the Xbox One and Xbox One S for some time, but is now available on Windows 10 as well.
Microsoft does not disclose when Windows 10 devices will get the new feature.
If Microsoft does decide to roll it out, Windows Insiders will be able to install it automatically when Windows 8 and Windows 10 are updated.