The question was asked after a new feature in Microsoft’s Windows 10 version 10586-9 was reported to allow users to set a default disk cache to use when they access online services.
The feature is called Discuz pre-common_diskcache and it allows users to change a disk cache’s settings.
Users can also add other types of files to the disk cache, but that’s not supported in the current release of Windows 10.
The new feature was reported by Microsoft Insider and the company is actively investigating the issue.
The Windows Insider channel, which has been updated with a fix for the feature, now states that “the Discuz Pre-Common_DiskCache feature is disabled by default for new Windows 10 users” and that it will be rolled out to users on Tuesday.
However, users are being urged to turn off the feature in order to prevent it from negatively impacting their performance.
This is the first major update to Windows 10 that Microsoft has made available in the last few weeks.
Windows 10 is set to be rolled to the public in April and the next major update is scheduled for September.
With the new version of Windows, Microsoft is adding more tools to its operating system.
It is currently working on a new set of tools called Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection.
These new tools are designed to help protect you from malware.
Microsoft is also working on new tools that will make it easier for you to access the latest security updates.
We will have more to share on these upcoming changes as they become available.