Microsoft says it’s adding more tools to its popular Windows 10 operating system as the company works to ease concerns about a potential security flaw.

Microsoft has added some new tools to Windows 10 as it works to reassure customers that the latest version of the operating system can be used for all kinds of tasks.

The latest update includes more than 1,000 new features, according to a blog post on the company’s blog.

Microsoft has said that it has made significant changes to the software, which is the fastest-growing of any major operating system on the market, but some customers have expressed concerns about how secure the new software is.

One of those customers is security researcher Bruce Schneier.

Schneier is known for writing software that can help prevent attacks on computers, and his latest work has been helping Microsoft identify a new vulnerability in Windows 10.

Schneiers latest report says the Windows 10 exploit can allow attackers to “access any Windows file and run arbitrary code” on any device.

Schneies latest findings come after a series of security advisories and security advisors released by Microsoft last week.

Microsoft said it has taken several steps to address the security issues and will make more announcements about them as they become available.

The company said in a blog that it is also making updates to its Windows 10 installer and app that make it easier to install and update.

The new Windows 10 software has been available since January and can be downloaded from the Microsoft Store.

The update comes just a day after a report by security firm Trend Micro that claimed the malware used in the latest attack, the “Trojan Horse” worm, had been deployed in Windows 8.1 and 8.2.

Microsoft’s new security update is available for download on the Windows Update site, and it is available to all Windows 10 customers who have Windows 7 or Windows 8 or Windows 7 SP1.