The Windows 10 OS is on the brink of its second major overhaul, as Microsoft is trying to fix what has been a major pain point in the platform.

The company is introducing the new Windows 10 Pro for businesses and enterprises, which will enable companies to run Windows 10 on a large scale without having to deal with licensing, hardware or security issues.

This could be a big deal for businesses who are struggling to migrate to the next generation of Windows.

“Windows 10 is the best way to run the most popular operating system in the world on a huge scale,” said Alex Blumberg, vice president of Microsoft’s global PC and mobile devices business.

“The next generation is designed to be the best Windows on the market.”

Microsoft’s Pro for Business offers the same basic functionality as the Windows 10 Standard edition, but offers several features that make it an appealing option for businesses that want to run their applications and apps from a large, unified PC.

Microsoft is also introducing a new cloud-based solution called Microsoft Azure, which lets you run Windows and Windows apps on a single server.

It will be available for free to enterprises starting next year, though it won’t be a part of the standard edition.

Microsoft has been touting the Pro for business as the best option for users who want to switch to a newer version of Windows, but Blumber acknowledged that it won and will be an option for the vast majority of businesses.

Microsoft will offer customers a range of different versions of Windows for businesses, and it’s expected that some of these editions will have an upgrade option, too.

Microsoft is offering a free upgrade for enterprise customers, though this isn’t an option as the Pro is still available for enterprise use.

“We’re excited to offer our customers a new version of our popular Windows and PC operating systems, which have been on our desktop for more than five years,” said Doug Creutz, Microsoft’s vice president for Windows.

“But for businesses the best choice is to get a Pro for enterprise.”

Microsoft is also offering a paid upgrade option for all existing customers of the Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019 editions, which is a welcome move for some businesses.

It’s not clear yet how many customers will get this upgrade.

The company is also planning to make some major changes to the operating system’s desktop interface.

This includes a redesigned version of the taskbar and its new look.

It is also expected to make major changes in the way apps are installed.

The operating system also makes significant changes to how apps are delivered to the desktop.

For example, it is likely to allow apps to be downloaded at the start of the day and then automatically installed on the desktop as soon as it is available.

Microsoft has been working on a way to allow users to manage this automatically, but it is not clear if this will be part of Windows 10.

Blumberg said that while the Pro version of Microsoft is still the best solution for businesses using Windows 10, he would not call it the best operating system for businesses currently using Windows 7.

He also noted that it will be a few years before any major major upgrades to the platform are available to business customers.