Google is planning to launch its new Windows 10 operating system for Mac, the company said today.
The announcement comes after the company confirmed that it is launching the software at its annual developer conference on November 15.
Microsoft’s new operating system will launch on November 16, 2018.
Microsoft has not confirmed whether the new operating systems will be available on the same day as the Windows 10 launch.
The Windows 10 release will come with a host of changes that will improve productivity, such as a new task manager and a revamped task bar.
Microsoft said that it plans to offer a free trial of Windows 10, but that it will also offer paid upgrades, including for users who purchase the new version of Windows.
Microsoft also said that Windows 10 will be rolled out to devices and that it expects to launch Windows 10 on November 17.
Microsoft is also planning to introduce a new desktop interface that will make it easier to manage and customize the new desktop operating system.
It said that its desktop experience will improve in ways that make it more accessible and enjoyable for users.
The new Windows operating system includes a number of new features, such a revamped desktop interface, which can make it much easier to find and open apps.
It will also have better multitasking features and more tools for the Office suite, including the Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote suites.
Microsoft Office for Mac has already been released to the public for free, although it requires the use of a Microsoft Office license.
The company is also set to announce a Windows 10 Pro edition on November 20, the next major version of the OS.
Microsoft recently announced that it would be bringing back its Office suite to the desktop and will begin offering new software to the consumer market on November 30.
Microsoft will also be announcing a new cloud service, the cloud suite, on November 24.
It’s unclear whether Microsoft will bring back the Office 365 cloud service that it started rolling out for Windows 10 users in April.