The search engine giant will soon have a free download option for all its devices including phones and tablets.
Google has partnered with Microsoft for this as well.
While Google Chrome will be the default browser for the majority of people, the company is set to roll out a paid version for Windows 10 devices later this year.
That is because the new version will be free for Windows users, according to Microsoft’s official support site.
Microsoft has already made it clear that a free version is no guarantee of future updates.
This will mean that the majority will be able to use the free version for a while, but will be stuck with the paid version until a future update comes along.
Google is also making the new Windows 10 update available for free to the developer community.
The free version of Google Chrome is not a major change, however, because it does away with Google Assistant.
The company is still making it available for download through the Chrome browser, but it will be made available for the rest of the world.
Microsoft will make the update available to everyone in the coming weeks.
Google will also be making the update to Windows 10 available to all Windows Insiders through a new update.
This will come out sometime later in 2017, with the full release planned for sometime in 2019.
Google has not yet announced a pricing model for the new Google Play and Chrome versions.
While it is not yet clear how many users will be required to pay to download these two apps, Microsoft says that there will be at least 200 million devices on the planet that have not purchased the paid versions.
Microsoft is also planning to make the Windows 10 Anniversary Update available for purchase in the near future.
This is because Microsoft will have a large number of Windows Insider devices, with more than 30 million Windows Insulators currently installed.
This means that the update is likely to be available for Windows Insists for quite a while.
Microsoft plans to offer the Anniversary Update for free on Windows Insist and for the first time on Windows 10 Insists, but there is still no indication when this will happen.
This may change in the future, as Microsoft has said that the company will continue to offer this free update for Windows and Android devices, but not on Windows devices.
Microsoft is also looking into making this update available in other markets as well, but has not said if this will be available on Windows 8 or Windows 10 machines.