Microsoft has announced a new mobile operating system for Windows that combines the desktop with mobile computing.
The mobile software, codenamed Project Titan, is a preview of the Windows Mobile 10 operating system that Microsoft is launching in the next few weeks.
Microsoft says that Project Titan will allow “more people to work and play together on one device” while also giving users more control over how the software works.
Microsoft has previously said that it would release a new version of its Windows 10 operating software every three years, but the company says it’s taking the Mobile Titan preview as a preview and will make an official release of the new software in the near future.
Microsoft will also offer mobile developers an opportunity to work with Microsoft to create new apps for Windows 10 Mobile.
Microsoft said that developers who want to create apps for the new mobile platform will be able to “get in touch with the team behind Project Titan to discuss how to take their app to the next level.”
Microsoft will launch Project Titan in October.
It’s expected that Microsoft will release the Windows 10 mobile operating software on the same day as the launch of Windows 10 on mobile devices.
Microsoft’s mobile software was announced last year and was initially intended for smartphones, but it’s been expanded to tablets and PCs as well.
Windows 10 is available for Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Server 2008.
It will also be available for Android tablets and phones.