Microsoft blog reader, Eric, has some good news for Microsoft: Epic Software, the company that creates the Epic OS, will soon be adding Epic to its Windows operating system.
In a blog post titled “The new Windows 10 software stack, EpicOS, will be coming to Windows 10,” Epic Software wrote that the company is “happy to announce that we will be bringing EpicOS to Windows.
EpicOS is a fully open source operating system that allows developers to build on top of the OS, making it the most open operating system in the world.
The new Windows features will be announced in the coming weeks.”
EpicOS will be supported on Windows 10 PCs running the latest and greatest Windows operating systems.
Epic Software will be making Windows 10 available as a standalone OS on Windows devices.
Epic also said it is “making Windows 10 even better, bringing the latest features, improvements, and updates from Microsoft and its partners.”
The company has been quietly working on EpicOS for a while, but the company didn’t reveal much about it until now.
The new Epic OS will be compatible with the current and upcoming versions of Windows, as well as with the new versions of Apple’s Mac OS X. Epic will be releasing EpicOS 10.3 for the PC, and it will be available in November.