Microsoft has begun to sell PCs and laptops to consumers who use computers that don’t come pre-installed with the latest software updates.
Microsoft has been working on an upgrade to Windows 10 for years, but the company has been reluctant to release the upgrade, instead keeping it hidden from the public.
In an attempt to get its customers onboard, Microsoft released a software update for Windows 10 earlier this year that allowed people to buy new computers that had the latest hardware and software updates for $1,199.
The company also announced that it would soon begin shipping the same software update to its other major brands, including Dell, Acer, HP and Sony, as well as other manufacturers.
The updates are being bundled with new versions of Microsoft’s Xbox gaming console.
In addition to the software update, Microsoft is also offering customers the option to buy a “virtual machine” with Windows 10, which can run any Microsoft operating system for $3,599.
It can also be upgraded to a new version of the operating system at a cost of $2,499.
Microsoft plans to make the upgrade available to everyone who buys a new Windows 10 PC, laptop, tablet or other computer.
“Today, you can use Microsoft’s Windows 10 to start learning Windows 10,” a Microsoft spokesperson said in a statement.
“If you have a Windows 10 computer that you’re upgrading, you will be able to do so through Microsoft’s Azure platform.”
Microsoft also has made the upgrade to other major hardware brands available, including Asus, Dell, Lenovo, HP-brand computers, Samsung, Toshiba, and other brands.