Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 update: ‘The new version of Windows 10 is a huge step forward’

Microsoft has unveiled its latest update to its Windows 10 operating system.

The update brings support for Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 Enterprise on the desktop, but the company also plans to bring in a new version for IoT devices.

Read more: Windows 10 Mobile for IoT is finally here, but we don’t know what it looks like yet – here’s what you need to know about the new OSThe update also includes a new ‘Metro-style’ interface for tablets, with the ability to access the Start Menu from a list on the right-hand side of the screen.

Microsoft says the new version will be rolling out to users worldwide in the coming weeks, and it will be available to download on PCs, Macs, phones and tablets in the US, UK and Australia.

“We are very proud to announce the new Windows 10 version for PCs, Windows 10 IoT devices and IoT desktops,” Microsoft wrote on its website.

“[It] includes improvements to the Start menu, Start menu search, and more.”

It also includes enhancements for Cortana, new user interface elements for apps and a new look for Start menu and Start menu apps.

“The update will also include new apps that are designed to take advantage of the new design and help people stay connected.

Here’s a rundown of the major changes:Windows 10 for PCsWindows 10 is now available on PCs and Mobile devices.

The operating system comes with a number of new features including:Microsoft is adding a new set of apps to the Windows Store to allow for easy access to apps and services.

Windows Phone has been updated to version 6.5 and is now called “Windows Phone 8.1”.

Windows 10 IoT is now a feature in Windows 10 devices and will be a part of Windows Server 2016, Microsoft said.

Windows 10 on mobile will support the latest versions of Windows and Mobile and the OS will support IoT devices with the latest hardware, including IoT-enabled IoT devices like the Surface Hub.

Windows Mobile for Windows IoT is coming to devices and PCs in the future, Microsoft has said.

The latest Windows update also brings support in the cloud, Microsoft added.