Microsoft has announced that it is removing support for Microsoft Word from Windows 10.
The move is a major win for Microsoft and the Windows team, which had been working hard to bring the popular Word app to the platform.
The Word app is the most popular free software app on the Windows platform, and was one of the most widely used in the first few weeks of the platform’s launch.
Word is available on the Google Play Store for a few dollars, but the company has struggled with a low number of users, making it difficult to keep up with the demand.
Microsoft has been working with Microsoft Office, the software that powers Word, to bring Word to Windows 10, and the new release is an update to that version.
The update to Word fixes a bug that prevented Word from opening in a specific tab.
Microsoft’s update is available to users on the Microsoft Store for $0.99.
However, the update is not available for download to users running Windows 10 Pro, which is currently in beta.
Microsoft says the bug will be fixed in a future release of Word.
Microsoft also released a blog post detailing how to use the new Word update to fix other problems.
Here’s what you need to know: Microsoft’s Word app can now open in a new tab and in different windows