Microsoft is now rolling out the first Windows 10 64-bit version of the Facebook software for Windows phones and tablets.
This is the first of many updates for the popular social network, which was launched back in 2015.
Microsoft says the new 64-Bit version of Facebook is “the most powerful and robust version ever” for phones and tablet devices, and it also offers new features like real-time video chat, photos, and a more natural-looking interface.
Facebook has also added a new “friends” tab to the main Facebook app, which allows you to create, edit, and share groups of your friends.
It’s also updated the default camera to a wider angle and a redesigned logo.
We’ll have more details on Facebook’s 64-BIT Facebook software update in the coming days, but the company has already pushed out the 64-bits for some users on both mobile and desktop versions of the app.
Facebook says this update also includes support for more than 60 new languages and “many more new features.”
The company is currently rolling out 64- Bit Facebook for Windows on Android, iOS, and Windows 8.1 devices.
Microsoft also recently updated Facebook’s mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, which includes support to support 4K video and new photo sharing options.
It also launched a new browser, Edge, which is designed to work across all platforms, including Windows 10, Mac, and Linux.
You can get 64- Bits Facebook for Android for free from Google Play or the Microsoft Store.
You’ll also find the 64 Bit Facebook app on the Xbox Store, but it’s currently not available in the Windows Store.
If you want to install the 64 bits for your phone, you can use the official Facebook app or you can install the app via the Windows Phone Store.
The Facebook app has been in beta for a few months, and there have been many updates to it.
But you should be able to get it now on Windows 10 and iOS devices.