It was a year ago that Microsoft started teasing a big new feature for its new Windows 10 operating system, but now the company is unveiling its own version of the “sparrow” for the operating system.
The company’s new feature, dubbed “Windows 10” Insider Preview, will let users test the new OS before it’s officially released to the public.
While Microsoft hasn’t announced the name of the new feature yet, the company has shared a new video that gives us a taste of what’s to come.
As we saw in Microsoft’s announcement, Insider Preview will be a one-stop shop for the software developer community.
The video shows an early version of a new “Build” screen for Windows 10, and a series of icons to help users install and test the software.
It also includes an overview of what to expect in the final release of the OS, and how to start.
In the video, the first few icons are the same as the ones we see in the official version of Windows 10 Preview.
The first icon is the “New Feature” button, which will allow users to download the OS and install it on their computers.
The next two icons are called “Windows Insider Preview” and “Windows 8.1 Insider Preview,” respectively.
These icons will be used to tell users what software is already installed on their machines, and what updates to download.
They’ll also allow users access to the “Developer Preview” of Windows 8.2, and “Upgrade to Windows 10 Insider Preview.”
The first icon shows a screen that shows the status of the install of the software on the computer.
It’ll show a green bar with the word “Install” at the top, and three red lines.
These are the “Install Now” and the “Upgrade Now” buttons, respectively.
The last icon is a black bar with an arrow that indicates that the software is currently “Installed.”
The bar is also filled with a green icon that says “Install now,” and a red circle that says the upgrade is “Upgrading” to Windows 8 or Windows 8 Pro.
The final icon is different.
It shows a black line with a red arrow that says that the update is “Installing.”
It’ll also tell users that they’re now “Upgraded” to the version of “Windows” available to them.
The Windows 10 “Build 10586” Insider Build will be the first version of Microsoft’s new operating system to ship with Insider Preview.
There will be three builds of the Insider build for the public, and the final build will be only available to Windows Insiders.
While Microsoft hasn�t released the name yet, it�s not surprising to see the “Sparrows” at work.
The name comes from a character from a story in the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
It was the name for the “black-haired witch who appeared at Hogwarts” and was the first of several named characters to appear in the books.