Microsoft is bringing a brand-new operating system to Windows 10.
It is also adding a lot of new apps, including new social networks and gaming.
But the biggest news this week was a brand new unified operating mode.
Microsoft says it will use Windows’ new feature, called Windows 10 Pro, to run the desktop version of Windows 10 across PCs and tablets.
It will also allow the desktop to run more apps, like email and gaming apps, as well as a browser, as part of the overall platform.
It’s a major step forward for the company that, in April, announced Windows 10 would be free and that users could switch to Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 for free.
But many users have been waiting for the OS to be free, and for the feature to make its way to Windows laptops.
Microsoft’s move into Windows 10 comes at a time when the OS is under intense pressure from Apple, which has taken a much more aggressive stance in its fight with the OS.
Windows 10 is expected to be released this summer.