Windows 10 is a pretty big deal for the company.

If you’re already a Windows user, you’ll get your first look at the new OS at Build, and even though it’s only for PCs and phones, the OS is designed to run on any device.

The operating system has some pretty great features, including the ability to use Cortana, the voice assistant that runs on the Windows 10 Mobile operating system.

But it’s the new features that have people excited.

That’s why Microsoft has partnered with Google to deliver a new version of Chrome OS, which is built to run Windows 10 on any smartphone or tablet.

And as Microsoft announced at Build today, the new Windows version of the OS will include a feature called Edge, which lets users easily create apps on the Chrome OS platform.

This will be an interesting addition to the platform, because while Chrome OS itself is very open source, its core functionality is proprietary.

And while the Edge features are not currently supported on the platform itself, it’s likely that developers will eventually get around this by writing extensions for Edge to make use of the new Edge capabilities.

But Microsoft is still working on making Edge available to developers on other devices, which should help get developers on board.

And if you’ve got a smartphone or a tablet, Edge is already available on both the Windows and ChromeOS devices, as well as on the Apple iPad, the Google Pixelbook, and the Samsung Galaxy S8.

Microsoft Edge and Edge on Android: The most interesting feature in the Edge update is the ability for developers to write extensions for it.

You can find these extensions right now on the Google Play Store.

Developers will need to write code that takes advantage of the Edge APIs, and this means that they will have to take the new browser extensions on the Edge platform seriously.

And it also means that developers need to ensure that they don’t break existing extensions.

Microsoft has said that Edge extensions will only work on the PC version of Windows 10, but it’s not clear whether this will be the case for all versions of Windows in the future.

And developers will also need to be careful about what their extensions do, as Microsoft is adding a new checkbox for developers that will make sure that they are only allowed to use the Chrome API.

But one thing we can say for sure is that developers are going to need to keep their extensions in sync with the Chrome APIs if they want to support the new version.

For now, Microsoft Edge will be available for developers only on the new PC version, but if you’re a Windows developer and want to try out the new functionality, Edge on Windows 10 isn’t going away anytime soon.

For more information on the upcoming Edge update, check out the full press release from Microsoft.