FourFour2 Windows 10 may soon have no ads at all.
Microsoft announced today that Windows 10, its latest operating system, will no longer have a subscription fee or ads when you install it on a Windows 10 PC.
That’s good news for the Windows 10 ecosystem, which is struggling with ads.
“Today we’re excited to share that Windows will now be free and always be available to all,” Windows VP Phil Harrison said in a blog post.
“With this change, you will no more have to pay for Windows 10.”
In the past, Windows 10 has had ads and required a monthly fee.
Today, it will offer no ads.
This will make Windows 10 easier for consumers to get started with, Harrison added.
The changes mean that, for example, you’ll no longer need to install a Microsoft Store app in order to download new features and features that are free.
This means that you can get a desktop app for free and then use a cloud-based Windows 10 Mobile app to install it.
For example, if you’ve already got a Windows app, you can install the app on a new PC and install it over the Internet.
That means that a desktop PC can now be used as a cloud PC and an Xbox One console can be used to play Xbox games and games.
This is a big change for Microsoft’s Windows platform, which has long been built on the idea of offering users the latest version of Windows as quickly as possible.
In July, Microsoft released Windows 10 Pro.
Windows 10 Home for PCs is also now free, and Windows 10 for tablets will cost $199 for the base version and $299 for the Pro version.
It’s worth noting that Microsoft will continue to charge for certain features in the future, such as cloud services.
But, in the interim, Harrison said that this means that Windows users can now start enjoying free updates and features, even if they don’t use Windows 10 at all right now.
“The Windows 10 experience is great for people who want to get up and running quickly, or those who just want to start learning and improving their PC,” Harrison wrote.
“Now that Windows is free and open source, it makes it easier for others to make and enjoy their own version of the Windows experience.”
This post has been updated to reflect that the changes will affect only Windows 10 Insider Preview builds and are only coming to Windows 10 devices.