Microsoft’s Windows 10, trademark search, and ‘the search engine war’
Microsoft has unveiled a new trademark search tool that it hopes will help users find the word “Microsoft” and its logo.
The tool, known as the Microsoft Trademark Search, is available to search across Microsoft’s various products.
It’s meant to help users locate the word and its trademark before it’s used on products, and also helps them identify “the search engines war” between Microsoft and Google.
Here’s a description of the search, which is available now: Windows 10 users searching for “Microsoft”, “Microsoft logo” and “the Microsoft trademark search” will find this useful tool.
We know that this tool has been requested and is currently in development by a number of Windows users who have requested it.
We’re excited to be able to share it with you, and look forward to seeing how you use it.
The search can be launched by tapping the search bar at the top of the page and choosing Search.
Microsoft will be adding more features to the tool in the future, including a new feature where you can search for specific keywords and other search terms.
“The Microsoft Trademarks Search is intended to provide a way to search for the words Microsoft, Microsoft logo, and Microsoft trademark and provide a better search experience for Windows users,” Microsoft wrote.
“It will help us more quickly identify and remove certain terms from search results and allow us to better support the Windows community.”
Microsoft said it also plans to add search capabilities for “other search engines”, including Google, to its search tool in a future version of Windows.
Microsoft has been working on a new search tool for some time, but it hasn’t launched it to the public yet.
This new tool could help Microsoft improve its own search technology in the long run, as well as providing more information to users about the process of searching for terms and other details.
Microsoft’s trademark search is not available to consumers just yet, but the company did announce that it is expanding the tool’s scope in a way that will allow it to allow users to “find all the terms in a document by selecting one word from the list.”
Microsoft will also be adding support for Microsoft’s new Cortana voice assistant in Windows 10 later this year.
Microsoft said the search tool will be available in the following languages: German, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, and Chinese.
The company has not yet announced the launch date of the new tool.
Windows 10 will be out on October 27.