In the new Windows 10 beta update, Microsoft has introduced several new features and functionality that are geared toward developers.

These features are designed to make the software more efficient for the average user.

While Microsoft has also made some tweaks to the system to make it easier to upgrade and uninstall the software, it’s still worth noting that the Windows 10 Beta Update is still in beta status.

The biggest update for Windows for the beta is the introduction of a new, faster version of Windows Update.

Windows 10 users will find this new version of the update faster and more reliable than the current version of Microsoft Update.

Microsoft has not provided an exact release date for this update, but we have confirmed that it will arrive on March 7, 2017.

This update is also designed to help developers get started with Windows 10.

In the beta, Windows 10 developers are able to use Windows Defender, a tool to protect against malware, and Windows Defender Pro.

In addition, developers can now use the Windows Defender Advanced Security Guard (DSAGG) to scan their apps for malware.

Microsoft also announced a new Windows Defender Privacy Guard (WPG) tool that can protect against unwanted browser usage.

Windows 10 will be available on March 15, 2017, so it’s safe to say that Microsoft is working on an update that will be more than just a beta.

Windows 8 and 8.1 will also be updated to support the Windows 9.1 beta release in the future.

Microsoft will be releasing the Windows Insiders preview to Windows Insists in the coming weeks.