How to get your Windows 10 Home device into a new home

Microsoft is adding support for its next-generation operating system to a range of new devices.

The company says the new software will be released later this month on select devices that are connected to the internet.

Read more: Microsoft has just launched Windows 10 on a range, starting with the Windows 10 Mobile devices, but it’s also pushing the operating system on a wide range of devices that already ship with the operating systems Windows 10 and Windows 10 Enterprise.

The new Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise editions are coming to some of the devices that Microsoft first announced in January, including the Xbox One S, Xbox One X, and Xbox One Elite. 

The new OS will be available in a number of versions, but Microsoft says the first edition of the OS will support 32-bit and 64-bit devices and have native support for USB 2.0 and USB 3.0. 

“With Windows 10, you can now enjoy new experiences in the cloud, get instant notifications from your Windows PC and even take advantage of a new Cortana voice assistant that will help you manage your digital life, while providing you with an enhanced and more personalized experience on your home and work PCs,” Microsoft said in a blog post. 

Microsoft has a range for users to pick from, but the most common choice for many is the Windows 7 Pro edition. 

In addition to being a more powerful version of Windows, the Pro edition of Windows 10 comes with a number or features that will make it easier to set up and run your PC. 

For example, it includes an enhanced Start menu, a simplified Taskbar, a revamped Windows search bar, and a redesigned Windows Defender that will protect your PC from malware and spyware.

Microsoft has also included a number features that you won’t find in the default version of the operating, such as a new “Windows 8-style Start menu” and a new notification shade. 

Windows 10 is a new version of Microsoft’s operating system, which means you won, in many ways, get a lot of new features, including improved performance and better security. 

As part of its upgrade plan, Microsoft is also making Windows 10 available as a paid upgrade for all its current Windows users. 

With that said, the upgrade program will be offered as a subscription with a subscription fee of $10 per month, starting in April 2019. 

While Microsoft is pushing its Windows 10 upgrade on a variety of devices, including PCs, notebooks, tablets, and phones, the company is also adding support to its Surface Pro 4, Surface Pro 5, Surface Book, and Surface Pro 7. 

These devices will come with the same operating system as the Surface Pro 3, which has a 10.5-inch display, a 12.5mm screen, and Windows 8-like Start menu. 

It should be noted that these devices are meant for businesses, so it’s unclear whether this support will be extended to businesses. 

More from the US: Microsoft is rolling out an upgrade to its Windows desktop operating system and its new OS on new devicesThe Surface Pro is now the cheapest Windows laptop, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad laptopSource: Microsoft  (Updated February 12, 2020 13:00:40)

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