Posted October 14, 2018 03:15:53Microsoft has announced a new security feature for Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2016, adding more information to the company’s security guidance.
Microsoft says it has improved the way Windows 8’s default web browser, called Edge, handles file extensions.
The company also says the browser’s default extension for security features like the “Bearer ID” password reset feature are also being tweaked.
Microsoft has also released an updated version of its Windows 8 web browser to support Microsoft’s new security features.
It’s called Windows Update and it’s a version of the Windows Update service that provides updates to the browser on Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro.
The new version of Windows Update is not available for Windows 7 users.
Microsoft’s update includes a new feature called the “Pseudo-Actions” feature, which enables the browser to automatically perform a variety of actions without prompting users.
These actions include disabling Windows Store apps and installing updates on Windows Store-owned devices.
Microsoft says these actions will not automatically install the updated Windows Store app on Windows 7 or Windows 7 Pro users.
The company has also added a new “System Center” section that contains a list of apps that the browser can “enable” to run.
The “Enable System Center” feature also works for other apps that are not installed on Windows.
This new feature is currently only available on Windows 10.
Microsoft is currently rolling out a new version on Windows devices.
For Windows 10 devices, the company is rolling out the “Microsoft Edge” update for desktop and laptop computers.
The update will be available later this year on devices that have a 4G LTE network.
Microsoft also has announced the “Windows Store” app will be rolling out to more Windows 10 and Windows 10 Enterprise users.
Microsoft will continue to offer the Windows Store on desktop and notebook PCs.