Google Opera has had an operating system that is as well-engineered and easy to use as Microsoft Windows 10.
Now, Google is saying that the operating system version that it is using right now is not as up-to-date as the version that Microsoft has made available to developers.
In a blog post published Tuesday, Google said that its operating system “does not include all the features Microsoft’s Windows 10 includes.”
It also said that it plans to work with the community to make the operating systems version “the best available” in the future.
Google Opera is a free, open-source operating system designed for the Web.
Google’s announcement came after Microsoft released its version of Windows 10 earlier this month.
The company said that Windows 10 was designed with security in mind, which included a built-in anti-virus and other security features.
“As a Microsoft developer and administrator, I have noticed some confusion about whether or not to upgrade to Windows 10 from the Windows 10 Technical Preview or the free, public release,” Google’s blog post said.
“This is not the case.”
“We are working to make our Windows 10 version the best available, and we’ll share details on that process with the Windows community in the coming weeks.”
The operating system has been a hit with developers, who say that it’s the best way to build applications on the Web, but Google’s own software has been plagued with bugs and other problems in the past.
Google has also been criticized by some users for its own operating system.
It recently made changes to its Chrome browser to improve performance and compatibility with Android phones and tablets.
Google also recently removed support for the popular Flash content delivery network (CDN) and made other changes to make it more difficult to use its Chrome Web browser.
Google also has an app store called Play, where it offers several Android-like apps for developers to download and run.
But it’s unclear how many Android-based apps Google will continue to offer in its app store in the near future.