Microsoft is testing new ways to block Minecraft servers in a Windows 10 update, according to an article on the Microsoft site.
The update for Windows 10, due out this week, blocks Minecraft servers for people who have an active Microsoft account, including users who have a paid Xbox Live Gold subscription, and users who are running Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise editions.
The Minecraft servers are not currently available to those who don’t have an Active Microsoft account.
The Microsoft update is designed to “help prevent Minecraft server issues in Windows 10,” the company said in a blog post.
Microsoft said it is aware of the issue and is working on a fix.
Minecraft is an online multiplayer game that lets players play by crafting, mining and gathering resources.
Minecraft servers are an important part of the Minecraft community.
The game is popular on mobile devices like Android and iOS, and it is now a popular way for people to play with friends, which has helped the game become one of the most downloaded games on the App Store.
The Minecraft servers block users from accessing the servers while the game is running, so players will need to log out of their PC and log back in.
This also makes it difficult for players to play games.
In Minecraft, players are given a world that they can create their own Minecraft server in.
Players can create servers in their own town, city or city blocks, and players can then invite their friends to join.
The players can also invite other players to join, and the server will be run by those who have joined the server.
Microsoft says it is testing a new version of the game called Minecraft Server that allows players to set up and manage servers from a single account.
Microsoft is also testing a feature that lets people run Minecraft servers from the taskbar, or even right in the game itself.
Minecraft Server allows players who have Minecraft installed on their computers to use the task bar to launch Minecraft.
This feature is intended to help people who are not running a Minecraft server to easily manage Minecraft servers, Microsoft said.