Microsoft announced a few new features on Tuesday that make it easier to get to the content of your favorite websites.
One is a new “Rich Text Editor” that lets you edit your favorite content in Rich Text, a new text-to-speech engine that Microsoft developed for voice.
It also includes a new option to open Rich Text directly on the web.
That feature was announced at the Build developer conference in San Francisco.
Microsoft also announced a new feature that allows users to edit text and photos in the same way that you can edit images.
It’s called “Rich Photo Editor,” which will work in the future on Windows 10, too.
Microsoft also announced two new video editing apps, One for Microsoft Edge and Microsoft OneNote.
It makes it possible to create and share videos directly from Microsoft Edge on your phone, tablet or PC.
One of the biggest features is that the video can be saved as an HTML5 video file, and then converted to audio and shared.
Microsoft says it’s the first video editor that lets users create, share and edit videos.
It doesn’t offer any built-in video editing tools, but Microsoft is making that possible.
Microsoft said it will continue to work on “enhancing and delivering” the video editing experience.
The company said it plans to deliver more video editing features as more apps are released.
The other new video editor is a video editor for Microsoft OneDrive, which allows you to edit and share your videos, photos, music and documents directly on your OneDrive cloud storage.
Microsoft is offering the tool free of charge, but the company is making it available as an add-on for Windows 10 users who purchase the Windows 10 Pro version.
OneDrive will be available on September 1.
Another new video-editing app, Microsoft Paint, also offers video editing, but it’s a bit more limited than OneNote, which also supports video editing and video recording.
Paint is available in the Windows Store and for Windows Phone.
Microsoft Paint is also available in Google Play, Apple App Store, the Amazon Appstore and the Windows Phone Marketplace.
Microsoft’s Paint is a very powerful tool for creating beautiful images, videos and even video games.
The video editor in OneDrive is similar to Paint, but you can also upload your videos to Microsoft Paint and the video editor will create a video in one of its preset video editing modes.
The app supports a wide range of video formats, including WebM, MP4, WMV, M4V and AVI.
Microsoft has also added an advanced video editing mode for high-resolution videos that will automatically optimize the video file for each device it’s used on.