Black Friday is almost here, and it’s all thanks to the awesome team at Microsoft that has worked tirelessly over the last two years to bring you the best deals on all the hardware you’ll ever need.
Here’s what’s on offer in 2017:Windows 10: Microsoft is now offering Windows 10 free with a $50 Xbox Live Gold subscription.
You can get it with Windows 10 Pro for $150, or $199 with a two-year Xbox Live Premium subscription.
The full list of games is available here.
Microsoft Windows 10 Mobile: Microsoft has launched a new Mobile edition of Windows 10 with all the new features it promised when it introduced the OS back in January.
This version of the OS comes with Cortana, a new built-in search engine, Bing Maps, and more.
For $10 a month, this will give you access to the Microsoft Store, the Microsoft Cloud, and the Bing app, all for free.
You can buy it here.
Mac: Apple is offering its iOS 8 and 10 versions of Mac OS X for $49.99 a month.
You’ll get all the same features as the other version, but it’ll also include the iLife app, a built-ins document editor, and an iPhoto Pro version of iMovie.
Apple has also made it possible to get a second Mac for $59.99, which includes iCloud and an upgraded iPhoto.
The third Mac costs $59 and comes with a 12-month AppleCare+ subscription, plus unlimited music and movies.
The third Mac also includes a free copy of iBooks and the iBookstore, but you’ll have to pay for iCloud storage and iBooks, too.
Windows 10 Pro: The Windows 10 version of Windows has been updated to version 10.16.0.16, which fixes many security issues and includes many bug fixes.
The OS also has a number of other performance improvements, including improved CPU performance and a new, more reliable system crash reporting mechanism.
You won’t need to download a special patch for this version of 10.
The free upgrade for all users also includes support for the new Windows Hello facial recognition technology, which lets you scan faces and other biometric data to help secure your digital life.
Mac OS X Mavericks: The Mac OS 10.13 Yosemite update is now available, which brings some of the best features of the Mavericks desktop environment with a few improvements to your browsing experience.
Mavericks users can also get a free, lifetime subscription to Apple’s iCloud, as well as unlimited storage space for their Macs.
The Mac OS Mavericks OS 10 beta, 10.12, is also available for $39.99 for two years, or for $29.99 with a free upgrade to the latest version.
The 10.14 update, which also includes more security and stability improvements, is available for free for existing Mac users.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 for Mac: Microsoft’s Windows for Mac, which is also called the Universal Windows Platform, will become available in November.
Windows 10.17 is available now.
It comes with some of Windows’ best features, including a new Start menu that’s easier to navigate and more easily uses space, better graphics and sound, and much more.
You also get support for a new virtual desktops and a more secure, private browsing experience for your browsing.
If you’re already a Windows Insider, you can upgrade to Windows 10 today.
Windows is also going to have an upgrade for developers this fall.
You’ll need to get an Xbox Live account to get this new version of Microsoft’s OS.
The new Windows 10 will also include an entirely new set of features for the PC, including the ability to open apps on the desktop, a redesigned Cortana, and a redesigned Start menu.
You will also be able to use the new Edge browser for web browsing, but that’s not a huge deal if you’re familiar with the old Internet Explorer browser.
You will also get Windows Hello for all your devices.
This is Microsoft’s new facial recognition system that can recognize your face and other facial data and recognize your device’s location, and that will also work for FaceTime video calls, too, even if your phone is turned off.
Microsoft is also offering a new set, including Office 365, and other upgrades to Windows and Office.
You should also upgrade your Windows 10 PC to the new OS this year, so that it can be updated automatically for new features.
You do not need to buy a subscription to Windows, as the free upgrade will do the job for you.