Microsoft and Mark Zuckerberg have announced a partnership that will see Mark Zuckerberg’s kids use Windows 10 education apps to help them learn.
Windows 10 is available on the company’s Surface RT and is a new platform for building new experiences that run on PCs and tablets.
It can also run Windows 8.1, but Microsoft is still working on making it a universal experience for all users.
Microsoft has already shown Windows 10 apps for education in a demo in September.
The news comes after Mark Zuckerberg recently made a deal with Facebook to create a new learning platform for the social network.
“Mark Zuckerberg and I have decided to create the Windows Education app,” Microsoft chief operating officer Brad Smith said in September at Build.
Microsoft announced the partnership on Wednesday, which was the company first public confirmation of the Windows 10 partnership.
The Windows Education App is available in the Windows Store for free.
The app is a free download for Windows 10 Education.
It uses a mix of third-party apps and Microsoft’s own cloud-based tools to teach students new things in a few minutes or less.
The apps include an app called FluentU that teaches students about Fluent AI, a new way to learn.
Microsoft’s FluentAI is already available in more than 1.5 million apps and will be rolled out to all Windows 10 devices by the end of the year.
Microsoft also announced the launch of Microsoft Fluent Learning Center, a cloud-connected classroom where students can get help from other teachers.
Microsoft said the Microsoft Fluence Center is a “completely new way of teaching and learning in the classroom,” and it will have the same design and functionality as Microsoft’s other cloud learning platforms.