With Windows 10 coming to market this fall, we’ve already had some great options to choose from.
If you’re a fan of the company’s Android and iOS apps, or just want to start using the OS without having to jump through hoops, then we’ve got you covered.
The best of those options are:Windows 10 Mobile—a mobile-only app that can run apps from any app store in the Windows 10 store.
This means you can download apps and use them with the latest versions of Windows.
It also means you’ll have to run them on a phone or tablet, though, which is a nice touch.
It comes with a free trial, and it has a number of other features, too, like a “dashboard” where you can see how your music plays on a big screen and how much time it takes to complete a workout.
There’s also a free version of this app that you can get with Windows 10, and you can even install a full version of it if you don’t want to pay for the app itself.
Microsoft Office—the new version of Office, which has been around for a while and has a much larger user base.
It’s a free app that has a lot of features, including a full suite of productivity tools like Word and PowerPoint, as well as a number that make it a better productivity tool for Office 365 users.
It has a built-in cloud syncing system, so you can sync your documents with Office 365.
Microsoft Office 365—the company’s subscription-based Office 365 service.
This is one of the best Office 365 alternatives, with a number more features than the Windows Store app.
It lets you sync your files with Office.
It doesn’t offer any other productivity features, but it’s an excellent way to start.
Apple’s iWork—this free software suite for Mac users.
If your primary purpose is working on your Mac, this is a great alternative to the Windows version.
This software suite has a large number of features that make iWork one of its best options for productivity, including an integrated spread sheet tool, which lets you organize your documents in one place, and iWork’s new document editing tools, which let you easily edit documents using the Apple Pencil.
Apple iWork also comes with support for both iOS and Android devices, so it’s a good way to get started.
Microsoft Word—the free Word document editor for Mac and iOS users.
Word is a popular productivity tool that is popular because it lets you work with a variety of different documents at the same time.
It works with the Office apps, and Word also comes packed with the best features of Office 365, including the ability to export documents and work with them on the Mac or iOS.
It is also available as an add-on for the free Office 365 plan, which offers an additional 50GB of storage and more.
Microsoft Office Online—a free app for the Microsoft Office Online (MOOC) service.
MOOC is an online-only version of Microsoft’s online document management software, and is available as a free download.
MOoc is the best MOOC alternative out there, but there are other alternatives that are better.
There are MOOC apps available on the Play Store and elsewhere.
Microsoft OneNote—Microsoft’s free note-taking application.
It allows you to take notes, organize and quickly edit documents, and also supports the Windows and Mac versions of OneNote.
There is a free preview version of One Note, too.
There also is an iPad version of the OneNote app, which supports both iOS devices and Android tablets.
OneNote is a good alternative to Apple’s iNote and OneNote Pro, but you’ll need to be a paid subscriber to use the free version.
Google Chrome—the default browser for Google Chrome OS.
Chrome OS is a very popular operating system, and its browser is a fantastic alternative for those who prefer Chrome.
It includes a lot more features, like Google Reader, which allows you read and download documents from the web and from the Chrome Web Store.
Chrome also comes bundled with a ton of useful apps, like the popular Gmail, Calendar, and Files apps.
If that wasn’t enough, Google’s own Chrome Webstore offers dozens of free apps that work well with Chrome OS, including Google Photos, Google Drive, and Google Docs.
Google Chrome—Google’s browser, and a great replacement for Microsoft’s Windows 8.1.
It provides a good interface for quickly navigating web pages, but the real power comes in the Chrome OS apps, which are just as good as Windows.
You can download and use Chrome OS applications on a Chromebook.
You’ll need a Chromebook with an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and at least a 256GB SSD.
It costs $30, and the company has a ton more apps available for Chromebooks than for Windows.