Microsoft is adding an important new section to its Knowledge Base page.
The section will be labeled Knowledge Matters, and will provide links to relevant resources, including news, opinion and opinion pieces.
The new section will also allow users to search for information related to the topic.
The Knowledge Matters section will appear on the right-hand side of the new Knowledge Base icon.
Microsoft also has added a new section called “News” in the new tab.
This section will contain links to articles from the following news outlets: The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Forbes, Reuters, ABC News, CNN, ABCNEWS.com, USA Today, USA TODAY.com and others.
The News section will remain available to users.
Users will be able to search the News section for articles related to their interests, as well as articles that have already been published, including a searchable feed of news items.
The Knowledge Matters page also has new options for users to create lists of articles.
These lists can be organized in multiple columns and categories, and users can choose which columns to display.
Users can also search for articles that are relevant to their particular topic.
The new section also includes a new icon for the “My Topics” menu.
This menu allows users to organize their knowledge lists into topics.
The topic list can also be customized to include topics related to a specific person or topic.
Users can add new topics and view their status in the My Topics menu.
The My Topics feature will be available in the future.
Users also have the ability to customize the look of their Knowledge Matters list.
Users will be prompted to select a color palette for their Knowledge Matter icons, and then they can choose from the colors of other categories on the new page.
The Microsoft Knowledge Center is one of the most popular areas on the Windows 10 platform.
With more than 6 billion articles, Microsoft has created an extensive and informative knowledge base.
Microsoft is making the Knowledge Center even more popular by introducing an “Advanced” section that is accessible to users who have a high level of knowledge.
The upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update will include a new feature called “My New Bookmarks,” which will provide users with a new, personalized, bookmarking experience.
Users who want to keep track of the articles on their Knowledge Pages can create a My New Bookmark and share it with friends and family members.
The Creators update is expected to be released to users in the coming weeks.
Microsoft has not yet announced a release date for the Creators edition of Windows 10.