Health care workers, medical providers and pharmacists are among the people who are likely to benefit from Windows 10’s new Health Center feature, according to new research from The Washington Post.
Microsoft’s new feature lets you see how your health care, prescriptions and other health information is used by the device.
It also allows you to view and print your personal information from Health Center.
The study found that nearly three-quarters of the people surveyed said they use Health Center for work, compared with just over a third who said they did not.
It is likely that most people will not see significant changes to their personal data usage by Windows 10.
Microsoft officials have also said that Health Center is only a “beta feature” and that it will soon be available in all versions of Windows 10 including the Creators Update.
The Health Center in Windows Health Center can be a powerful tool to help people manage their health and their financial situations.
The new feature will let you manage your financial data, including credit card information, medical costs and your spending habits.
It will also allow you to access data on your child’s birth certificate and birth certificate history.
Microsoft also said Health Center will also let you see the number of people who visited a particular location and the types of events you have been to.