It’s not just the new features.
The new feature also lets you switch between the Windows 10 Pro and Windows 10 Enterprise versions.
And you can still get the full desktop experience from a laptop or tablet running Windows 10.
Here’s a quick video demonstration:The feature was revealed at Build, an event that Microsoft held last week.
Microsoft is hoping the new feature will help people who have moved to Windows 10, but it’s also intended for those who want to upgrade to Windows 7 or 8, or use both Windows 10 and Windows 7.
The video shows how to set up a Windows 10 Home desktop for use on a small monitor with a touch screen.
The screen is mounted to the ceiling, and the screen is covered with a plastic cover.
You open up the Windows desktop and switch to the Enterprise edition.
Then, you can use a touch-screen to switch between Windows 10 for the Enterprise desktop and Windows 8 for the Home desktop.
You can even see a desktop wallpaper.
Windows 10 Home and Enterprise are the same thing: Both versions run Windows 10 on your laptop or desktop, but Windows 10 will always be available on your computer.
That includes the new Dock mode that lets you use your tablet or laptop as a touchpad.
And Microsoft is also including a new app, Windows Hello, that will let you unlock your computer using facial recognition.
The feature will be available to people who sign up for an Insider Preview program starting in May, but only to people in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and South Korea.
If you’re not a U.S. or Canadian citizen, you’ll need to go to Settings > Privacy > Security and select a country in the list to access the feature.
Windows Insiders in other countries can choose to receive the Windows Insider Preview with their subscription or to sign up separately.
Microsoft has also announced that the company will start offering Windows 10 to anyone who wants it.
Microsoft said it will offer Insider Preview for free to people that sign up on a subscription basis starting in April.
The company is offering a free version of Windows 10 Insider Preview and a paid version starting in November.
The paid version includes the full Windows 10 desktop experience and all of the Insider Preview features.
For people who want a full desktop or a full-featured version of the desktop, Microsoft is selling a new docking station that lets them plug their Surface Pro, Surface Pro 4, or Surface Book into the display, as well as use a mouse and keyboard to navigate through Windows 10 with a pen and a stylus.
You’ll also be able to set the display to automatically adjust the brightness of the display when it’s in use.
Microsoft said the docking station, which costs $49.99, will be coming soon.
It also announced a new Windows 10-specific feature, Windows Mixed Reality, that lets people use headsets in Windows 10 while playing games or using other apps.
You don’t need to have a headset plugged into your Surface Pro or Surface Pro with the new Surface Pro docking station to use it.