Microsoft is launching the software suite for the Microsoft Surface line of desktop and notebook computers on Thursday.
The new suite includes Windows 10 Home, the latest version of Windows 10, and Microsoft’s new Cortana assistant for Windows 10.
The software also includes the latest in Microsoft Office software.
The first two new software releases are expected to hit the marketplace next week.
The new software comes on the heels of Microsoft’s announcement of the launch of its new Cortana Assistant on Windows 10 Mobile.
Cortana will help you access all of the most relevant information in the Windows 10 mobile ecosystem, including your calendar, your contacts, your music, and more.
Microsoft also announced today that its Surface Pro family of devices will launch in the coming months, starting with the Surface Pro 5, and then the Surface Book, and ending with the new Surface Pro.
Microsoft will launch two Surface Pro models each year, starting in the third quarter of 2021.
The Surface Pro 2 will be available for $999.99 starting in November 2020, while the Surface Studio 4 will be $999 for the first time in March 2021.
Microsoft is also announcing a Windows 10 version of its Cortana Assistant for Windows Phones and Tablets.
The Cortana Assistant app is available for Windows devices, including the Surface Phone and Surface Pro, as well as for other Windows platforms.
Microsoft has not yet revealed the Windows version of the app.
Microsoft’s new software suite comes on top of its Windows 10 release earlier this year, which included the Cortana assistant, Cortana, and Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection.
The suite is available to Windows Insider Preview members on Windows Insiders devices starting on July 29.