Opera 10, the new operating system that Microsoft will roll out to all Windows PCs later this month, will offer a mix of traditional desktop features with more modern features for the masses.
Opera 10 is going to offer the traditional desktop experience with full support for touchscreens, and it’s going to give users more control over their computer by giving them a more powerful browser with built-in tabs.
That will be in addition to some advanced features, like offline storage and a revamped search function, that will let users get to important information from their devices without having to navigate through the desktop.
Microsoft has said the new OS will run at a lower clock speed than Windows 10 and the OS will come with a smaller, less powerful CPU.
But the company is still saying it will have better performance than Windows 8.1 and that it will offer more apps, too.
Operas 10 will run on the same hardware as Windows 10, but the operating system will offer better performance on new PCs, and that will be on top of the performance improvements that Microsoft has already announced.
Microsoft is also promising to release more Windows 10 features in the future, but that won’t be until at least next year.
Operations 10 will have an “open source” tag that means it will be available for anyone to try out and see how it runs.
That means that developers can build their own apps, tweak them, and share them with the world.
Microsoft hopes that these new features will allow it to bring back the “open web,” which was the idea that the Internet could be used for free speech and free expression online.
The company also announced a number of new features in its developer preview for the operating systems.
For example, there’s a new option that lets you use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Alt+Backspace on your Windows 10 PC to open a new tab and delete all of the tabs.
This allows you to access files, photos, and videos from your Windows computer on a new device.
Microsoft also introduced a new “Task Manager” app for Windows 10 that lets users find and remove tasks from Windows 10 without leaving the Windows desktop.
There’s also a new Cortana voice assistant that will tell you what to do with all of your tasks, and you can now control the volume of the music playing on your PC from your phone.