Chrome for Windows 10 will soon be the default browser for Windows users, as Google announced today.
The news comes just two weeks after Microsoft and Google announced a new Windows 10 version of Chrome called Chrome for Education.
The browser will be available in the Windows Store for $10 per year starting on December 1.
“Chrome is a universal app that’s built for everyone,” Google said in a blog post.
“With Google Chrome for education, we’re giving our students and teachers the choice to download and use Chrome for the first time.”
Chrome for Education will also allow teachers and students to use Chrome on tablets, laptops, PCs, and smartphones.
Microsoft also announced a similar program for teachers, with the company also announcing that its new Chrome OS operating system will become the default desktop operating system for teachers.
The company also announced that Microsoft will be providing teachers with the ability to access their teachers’ personal Google Apps.
Microsoft said it is offering the software to schools in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, and Singapore.
In addition, Microsoft is also partnering with Apple and the Mozilla Foundation to create a curriculum that will help students learn to use Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft announced the program today.
It was also announced today that Microsoft and Mozilla will jointly launch a curriculum for teachers to use in schools.
The Microsoft Education program will begin in 2017.