Microsoft’s latest operating system for the desktop and laptop is available for pre-order for $249.99 on Amazon, according to a new listing on the online retailer’s website.
Microsoft’s operating system is available now, but you need to wait until October 19 to get it.
If you pre-ordered the operating system earlier this year, it’ll be available in November.
Microsoft launched Windows 8 in February, but it’s only available for Windows 10 PCs, not smartphones.
The operating system’s developer preview is available on the Microsoft Store for $99, but the company hasn’t released any hardware that supports it.
Microsoft says the operating package contains support for all the major components of the operating systems, including its own hardware.
The software includes the latest version of Microsoft’s Office suite, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Skype, and Dynamics.
Microsoft also released a new version of Windows 10 called Windows 10 Anniversary Update, which includes a number of new features.
Windows 10 will include a new, more powerful version of its Cortana voice assistant, a new virtual assistant called Windows Hello, and new apps like Windows Hello Mobile and Windows Hello Pro.
Microsoft will also launch Windows 10 Insider Preview later this month, and the company said it will also ship a free upgrade to Windows 10 Pro in the first week of October.