Microsoft has released software that lets you capture and share video on Windows 10.
The company said the Spss Suite software will let you capture videos that were previously recorded on your device and then share them with other Windows 10 users, and is designed to be used by both those who already own and run Windows 10 and those who want to capture and edit videos from other platforms.
The software is a new version of the Windows 10 Spss app that Microsoft launched last year, with a focus on capturing and sharing videos that run in your home or work computer and not your Windows 10 PC.
The app was designed to allow users to share videos that had been taken by their Windows 10 devices on their Windows 7 PCs or tablets, as well as to capture video from devices that were running other operating systems.
Microsoft has said that Windows 10 has been “a great platform for capturing and editing videos, as many people who own Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 devices are already using Windows 10.”
While capturing video from Windows 10 on a device isn’t the most convenient method for capturing content, Microsoft said the software is designed specifically to allow people to capture their Windows 9, 10 and 10.1 videos, and to share them.
This means the software can be used to capture videos from Windows 7, 8, 10, or later, and you can share them in many different ways.
For example, you can use the software to capture a Windows 10 video on your PC or tablet and then edit it on your Windows 7 machine or to edit the video on a Windows 8 PC.
You can also share the video in any number of ways, such as on social networks, the Xbox Live gaming app, a video streaming service like YouTube, or on the Internet.
You can share the original video to YouTube and YouTube will then display a link that will allow you to watch the video.
The Spss suite of video capture software is meant to be useful for capturing video and editing video, but the software also provides the ability to share video to other platforms, including Microsoft’s own OneDrive.
Microsoft said that it has plans to extend the software, including the ability for Windows 10 to run on devices with a USB-C port.
Microsoft has also made some improvements to the software over the past few months.
It’s now easier to add and delete devices from the Windows Store, which has been a pain point for users who want a way to add multiple devices to their devices without having to navigate the app store.
Microsoft also added support for Windows Mixed Reality headsets.
The new Mixed Reality mode allows you to capture multiple images and videos in one capture.
Microsoft is also adding a “Capture” menu option that allows you take a single video or video image and upload it to a shared URL.
You have the option to upload multiple photos and videos from different angles.
Microsoft also said that the software will support sharing videos from a smartphone, tablet, or other device in the future.