We hope you weren’t set on a new computer, because two more are on the way, and from the looks of things, these could be winning improvements.

Overnight, Microsoft has made some announcements that affect the world of Windows, and now that Microsoft’s Windows 10 has been out in the world for a few months, the company is keen to talk about how it’s going.

For instance, in the few months since Windows 8.1’s replacement arrived, it has been installed on 110 million devices, which Microsoft says has been updated at three times the rate of Windows 7 within the same time frame.

With that in mind, the company is ready with hardware, or about ready, anyway, designing new computers for its new operating system, and talking up apps for its ecosystem, which it hopes more people will use.


The hardware is what grabs us from this announcement, however, and as expect, Microsoft has an update for its Surface Pro line of computers.

That update adds a number and slims down on some others, as Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 jumps to the Surface Pro 4, which in turn adds new specs, drops in size and increases some of the technology to be better for everyone.