Microsoft has announced that it’s introducing two new desktop versions of Windows 10, one for Mac and one for PCs.
The new versions are both designed to run on a range of current and upcoming machines.
The desktop versions will feature support for Microsoft Office 365, as well as support for Office for Mac.
They’ll be available in the UK from today, with the US version due to arrive at some point later.
The two new Windows 10 editions, the Desktop 10 and Desktop 10 Pro, are designed to offer a similar experience to the Desktop 8 and 8 Pro, respectively.
The difference is that Microsoft is offering the new versions for the Mac and the PC, which is a change from its previous desktop offerings.
The PC version is priced at £49.99 and is available in both 32 and 64 bit.
It’ll also come with a Windows 10 Home subscription and Office 365 Home.
Microsoft has also announced that the Desktop 12 and the Desktop 14 will be updated to version 1607, which will add support for Google Drive and Microsoft Exchange Online.
The update will also support Windows 10 for the first time.
There are also new features and improvements in the new Windows versions, including improved notifications, and a revamped user interface for both the Desktop and the Home versions.
We’ll be reviewing the new editions at a later date.