The new version of the Windows operating system will allow you to control your computer remotely, including disabling it and rebooting it.
The new feature was announced by Microsoft as part of the OS 10.0 update, which is available to users worldwide.
This is not the first time Microsoft has added remote control features to Windows 10, but this is the first update that has made the move.
The feature works by making the operating system and the software in it more robust, with an option to enable or disable it remotely, depending on the operating systems settings.
Windows 10 has a number of remote control options.
Some of them are obvious and are already in use.
Others, like the ability to control the keyboard or mouse, require some tweaking to work properly.
The Remote Control app, which was available on Windows 10 last year, was the first major update to allow users to remotely manage their devices.
It also made it easier to configure devices, such as a printer.
Microsoft had previously hinted at the possibility of making remote control possible with its new Remote Desktop feature, which lets users remotely control a computer remotely using Windows 10’s built-in Remote Desktop app.
Microsoft said it plans to add more features to Remote Desktop over the next few months, including the ability for remote desktop users to share files and folders with others.