Microsoft has announced the latest version of the Readability tool, the first in a series of Readability tools designed to aid reading comprehension.
Readability is available on the Microsoft Windows platform through a series, and is available for all versions of Windows, Windows 8 and Windows 10.
Microsoft has announced that it will release the Readable tool for Windows, as well as the Windows 8 Readability extension.
This Readability toolbar will be made available on Microsoft’s developer portal and the Windows store.
It will also be available through the Windows Store.
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In addition, Microsoft announced that Microsoft will release an additional set of Windows 8-specific features in the coming weeks, including a new Windows 8 feature called ‘Readability’.
This new feature will allow Windows 8 users to select a text field in which they can select a number or letter, or a text input.
This will allow users to write or type on a page.
If you have a lot of text on your screen, the ‘readability’ feature will help you keep track of your progress and will help to avoid distractions.
Readability can be used in tandem with Microsoft’s new ‘Write Everywhere’ feature, which will allow you to set up Windows 8 as a writing environment.