Microsoft has announced a new app for Microsoft Windows 10, called Hazardous Materials, that helps you keep a running tally of the hazards that can pose a threat to your health.
The app will let you keep your health and safety up to date via notifications and alerts, including alerts that appear on devices with sensors that detect vibrations, heat or noise.
Microsoft is also launching a new Windows 10 mobile app, which it says will be more accessible and customizable for people with disabilities, for example.
The Hazardous Material app for the Windows 10 operating system will allow you to create a “Health Note” which will help you keep tabs on your health, mood, and other vital information.
This feature will be available for the first time when the Windows Insider Preview releases for Windows Insiders on September 21, 2018.
The Health Note will be free to download for Windows Insider testers.
Microsoft’s Windows Insider program allows users to download updates, beta versions of software and other important updates from the Insider program’s website.
Users can also create and share their own Hazardous Matter Hazardous materials and hazardous materials alerts to share with friends and family, and access them for free through Microsoft’s mobile app.
Microsoft said it is introducing a new feature called Hazard Alerts to help people with various disabilities better manage their health.
Hazard Alerts will be a way to quickly get a notification of hazardous conditions in your neighborhood or neighborhood area, and will display an alert to friends and relatives.
Users will be able to add hazardous materials to their Hazardous Matters alerts by entering the Hazardous Notes field, for instance, “Cleaning supplies.”
Hazard Alert alerts will also appear in the Windows Store as notifications, and you can tap on the Hazard Alert icon in the notification to get the full alert, or you can scroll to the bottom of the notification for more information.
Users are able to keep track and share the Hazard Material alerts via a new Activity Feed, which is located under the settings menu in the Settings app.
The Activity Feed will be integrated into the new Windows app.
It will show up as a notification on devices running Windows 10 with a Health Note entry in the Health Notes section of the app.
Users with disabilities are able access Hazard Alert information by entering a Hazardous Note in the Hazard Materials section of their Health Notes entry in Windows 10’s Health Notes.
Hearing aids and hearing aid support will be added to Windows 10 Insider Preview, the company said.
The update will be coming to devices running iOS devices and Windows Phone 8.1 devices on September 24.
Microsoft released Windows 10 on September 13, 2018 for devices running the Windows operating system.
Microsoft said the new operating system has over 1.2 billion devices worldwide.