Microsoft has confirmed that the popular scripting language that’s used to run your PHP scripts won’t work in Windows 8.1.
The company’s website warns that this is a “critical issue” for users who use PHP scripts for hosting, for example to install software.
It says that users will need to upgrade to Windows 8 before it can be used.
The news comes after the company told customers that it will soon be launching a new version of its PHP framework, PHP 7.0, which it says will be more reliable.
The new PHP 7 platform, which has been in development for some time, is being offered to developers for free to help them get the most out of their PHP scripts.
Users who want to run PHP scripts should use the new Windows 8 platform, Microsoft has said, but it will take some time to get everything working on all versions of Windows 8 that will ship later this year.
If you have a PHP script that you want to be run in your Windows 7 environment, you will need a special version of Windows.
You’ll need to download and install Windows 7 Professional or higher, which will run the new version, and then install Windows 8 Professional or Higher, which is more stable and stable-looking.
You can download Windows 8 for Mac from Microsoft.
The old version will not run in windows 8, so if you want it to, you’ll need a separate version of the operating system.
Microsoft has not said how many users will get a new Windows version in the future.
Windows 7 has a new look and a number features that aren’t supported in Windows 9.1, which includes the ability to install applications from the internet, the ability for Windows 8 users to install apps using the internet and the ability of people who have upgraded to Windows 9 to install additional applications.
It’s not clear how much the new versions of these features will cost.
But it’s not unusual for Windows versions to come with some of these new features.