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Microsoft announced today that it will soon be adding a new product that will make its way into all of its platforms: Hrs.

The software will allow developers to create and test apps for a variety of Windows devices.

The company says that Hrs is designed to be easy to use and “completely free.”

Hrs will be available on all Windows devices and Windows 10 devices in the near future, including Windows Phones, Xboxes, and Surface tablets.

Microsoft says that its first product will be an online Hrs test, which will allow users to test and submit apps for the company’s upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

The goal is to get as many testers as possible on board to give developers a taste of what Hrs looks like, says the company.

It’s unclear whether developers will be able to test for the new Hrs software, but it will be possible to test the software on the latest versions of Windows 10.

Hrs also will be made available to developers through the Microsoft Marketplace.

Microsoft will release Hrs on the Microsoft Store, though the company says it will have its own Hrs Marketplace and that it is not actively promoting Hrs as a developer-friendly tool.

Microsoft has previously said that it plans to offer a developer preview of Hrs in the coming weeks.

The Redmond, Washington-based company said that the new product is “designed to be the best testing and deployment environment for Windows 10, with full access to all features.”

The company will make it available in the Windows 10 Store on January 22.

Microsoft said that Hres will also be available through the Windows Developer Program, where users can download a free copy of Hr and test its features for up to four hours.

Developers who want to try Hrs can do so through the Developer Center, where developers can choose to submit a demo or a test app for a review.

The Developer Center also will allow for developers to post and vote on their own tests and tests submitted to the developer portal.

Microsoft is also encouraging developers to test apps using the Hrs tool, which Microsoft says will be updated for the Fall Creator Update.

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