By Gabe Aul, Microsoft Editor-in-ChiefThe latest version of Windows 10, codenamed “Redstone,” is here.
This year’s update is packed with lots of improvements for the desktop and tablet devices, including support for faster, more powerful GPUs, new features, and much more.
The biggest feature of Redstone is the new Remote App Manager, which lets you manage apps and apps from anywhere.
For example, you can download an app from the Mac App Store, set it up on a Windows 10 PC, and then launch it on your Windows PC without leaving the Mac.
You can also manage multiple applications in the same application by switching them from the app drawer on your Mac or desktop.
With Remote App Managers, you no longer need to switch apps on and off on your PC.
The Remote App manager is also a welcome addition to Windows 10.
Previously, you had to launch Remote App from the Start menu and select the apps you wanted to run.
Now, you’ll see an option in the menu bar to switch between apps in the desktop app or in the Remote App Launcher on your Desktop.
The Launcher lets you launch apps from the Windows desktop or the Start screen.
You’ll also see a button to open a remote desktop window.
Microsoft is working on a new Windows 10 mobile app to help people who have a laptop or desktop PC, or who use Windows 10 Mobile for work.
The app is called “Windows 10 Mobile,” and it’s being developed by a team led by Microsoft’s Rishi Rangaswamy.
The Windows 10 app will work with the upcoming Windows 10 update for mobile devices.
Rangaseswamy told The Verge that he hopes to release the Windows 10 phone app in the first quarter of next year.
This year’s version of “Redrock” is available for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, Windows 10 PCs and tablets, and Windows Phone.
The “RedRock” update will also be available on Microsoft’s Windows 10 Enterprise and Professional editions, and will be available for some Surface devices as well.