Microsoft has released two new updates for Windows 10 for Mac, and one for Linux, that fix a slew of bugs that affected some users when they updated.
The update comes with two new features for Mac users: the ability to quickly re-install software and updates from the Windows 10 “updates service” and the ability for Windows to install new versions of apps directly from the Mac App Store.
The first update, which is called “Flexibility and Universal Apps,” will help users install the latest version of a Windows app on the Mac.
The second update, called “Updates & Updates,” will let users install new Windows updates directly from Mac App Stores, rather than having to download the Windows Update app and then manually download updates from a Mac.
The updates for Mac are rolling out gradually, and you’ll likely have to wait for the next update to take effect before you can upgrade to a new version of Windows.
That’s because Microsoft is rolling out updates to Windows 10 in a staggered fashion.
That means if you update Windows 10 to a different version than the one you’re running on your Mac, you’ll get the latest update first, then the next version of the app, and so on.
In a statement, Microsoft said that “Flimsy” updates will be rolling out over the next week.
It’s not clear when the first of these updates will roll out to the Mac, but it is not clear how long it will take for all of the updates to be available to users.
The update for Windows 7 and 8 is currently available to everyone, but only for “individual machines.”
The update for Linux is coming a few days after the update for Mac.
Linux has been experiencing problems with certain Windows apps lately, including ones that can’t be run on Linux.
Microsoft has also rolled out an update for its Office 2016 productivity suite for Mac that addresses these issues.
Microsoft’s Mac update, as you can see from the screenshot above, is not available to all users.
Instead, the Mac version of Office 2016 for Mac will require users to install a version of Microsoft’s Office 2016 Enterprise Plus, which can be installed on a separate computer or a separate server.
If you have a Mac and a Windows computer, you can install Office 2016 on both computers, or use one computer to run Office 2016 and one to run Windows, Microsoft’s statement said.
The release of Microsoft Office 2016 updates for macOS and Windows is notable because Windows 10 is only compatible with Macs running macOS 10.12, and Macs using Windows 10 are not.
But Microsoft also said that the Windows version of its Office Suite and its productivity apps for Windows PCs will be available on Macs in the coming weeks.
Microsoft will be releasing a new Windows 10 update for every major operating system this week.
The new update will be coming to all Windows 10 users over the coming days, Microsoft says.