Windows 10 is finally here and it looks like we’ve got a free, open source version of its core suite of productivity tools.
Microsoft announced a new set of features for the operating system on Wednesday that will allow users to edit documents using the program’s free Creative Cloud platform.
For example, users will be able to quickly resize, move, rotate, and copy text in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
Microsoft is also introducing the ability to add text to a document, as well as a quick edit function.
Microsoft says the new features will “open up the way to make creative, personalized content even easier for users to use,” and that it hopes “to be a force for innovation in the industry.”
Microsoft also made it easier for developers to build and share new software with its platform.
In addition to the Creative Cloud features, Microsoft says that a new feature called Open Office is now available in Office 365, which is a subscription service that lets developers use Microsoft’s cloud-based Office suite of applications.
Open Office is available for free to developers who create new Office applications and share them through the Microsoft Partner Network.
Microsoft also said it will continue to offer Microsoft Office Suite, which includes a suite of tools, software, and services that are “designed to enable users to make the most of Microsoft Office and Office 365.”
As a result, it will also include the new Creative Cloud tools.
Microsoft says developers can add new Creative tools and add customizations to existing ones to build their own creative content.