The Bing search tool has a few new features that have been added to the beta version of Windows 10.
Firstly, you can now type a keyword in the search box and the results will be displayed in a browser window.
The search feature was a beta feature for the Windows 10 version and it was not available to the general public until it was made available for the general population.
Secondly, Bing now supports more keywords that you can type in the Bing search box.
The keywords can include things like “video games”, “cars”, “bikes”, “books”, and so on.
The keyword suggestions will also include other terms that you could type in to see the results.
Thirdly, Bing is now able to add an event to the search results that can be used to generate additional searches for you.
For example, you could enter a keyword and Bing would display the search result with the event highlighted.
Bing also allows you to enter the search terms in the context of the search, which means that the search will now be focused on what you are looking for rather than what you have entered.
The Bing beta is available to download for free and you can also sign up for Bing Beta by clicking here.
What’s the deal with the Xbox One X?
Microsoft announced today that Xbox One will be coming to Windows 10 on November 10.
The Xbox One S will be arriving later in November.
Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox console will come to Windows Store in November, and the new Xbox One Pro console will be available in December.
Microsoft says that the console will have 8 teraflops of processing power and 8 terabytes of memory.
The company says that Xbox games will be able to run on the console and games will also be able stream to the console.
The new console will cost $499 for the base model and $599 for the new Pro model.
Xbox games on the Xbox Store will be sold at a discount of 30%.
The new Xbox games that will be added to Microsoft’s Xbox Store include: Halo 5: Guardians, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Gears of War 4, The Last of Us Remastered, Gears Of War 4: Season Pass, Titanfall 2, Dead Rising 4, Battlefield 4, Gears 3, Fallout 4, FIFA 15, Madden NFL 25, and Call of Duty: Black Ops III.
Microsoft also revealed that Xbox Fitness and Xbox Fitness Plus will be launching in November with more fitness and workout programs available.
You can check out all the details about the Xbox Fitness update for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 and Surface RT at the Microsoft store.
The Microsoft Store has also updated the Xbox Game Preview app with new features for Xbox One.
The app has been updated with new app icons, new ways to add apps, and a new icon for the Xbox Live app.
Microsoft will also add support for Xbox Game Pass in Windows 10 in November and Microsoft will offer Xbox GamePass for free with Windows 10 Home and the Creators Update.
Microsoft is also making a number of updates for the app that make it easier to use.
First, you will now have a better way to find games.
The store has updated its search results for Xbox games to show the Xbox app icon instead of the Games app icon.
Second, Microsoft has also improved the game list for Xbox gaming.
The games page now has a “Play Now” button and the app icon now shows up in the title bar.
The Store has added a “Show All Games” button that will show you the games you are currently playing.
Microsoft said that its Xbox app will become more intelligent in the coming months.
The updates will be rolling out over the coming weeks.
You will need to restart your PC and then restart the app to make any changes.
Microsoft announced that it will also continue to release updates for Xbox Play Anywhere.
Microsoft confirmed that Xbox PlayAnywhere will be rolled out in October.
The update will support “Xbox One S and Xbox One, Windows 10, Windows Phone, Xbox Live Gold, and Windows 10 S.”
You can read the full list of changes in Microsofts Xbox Play Anything blog post.
Microsoft recently announced that Microsoft Edge will be making its way to Windows devices in November for free.
The software is available for Windows PCs, tablets, phones, and Xbox 360 and Xbox Play anywhere devices.
Microsoft added that Edge will work on all of the following devices: PCs, iPads, phones with Microsoft Edge, Xbox One consoles, and other devices.