Microsoft is set to launch a new Microsoft Creative Media manager on September 6, 2017.
Microsoft will offer a free trial of the new MMC on September 7.
The MMC will allow people to create and share their own content and will allow them to create multiple projects with different styles and themes.
Microsoft’s Creative Content Manager (CPM) will also allow users create and manage their own media, including audio, video, images, and other media.
Microsoft Creative Content is Microsoft’s way of letting developers create content for Microsoft’s Windows, Office, Xbox, and mobile platforms.
The company previously offered its own version of the Microsoft Creative Content Suite for developers to use for free on its online stores.
It is available for free through Windows and Windows Phone.
The Microsoft Creative Console (MCC) has also been available for use with Microsoft’s own Office suite since the launch of the Office 2016 suite on September 3, 2016.
The Microsoft Creative Manager will be a part of the Creative Suite suite.
It will also work with the Creative Store, which allows users to add custom content to their digital content.
Users can upload their own work and share it with others.
The new MCC will also let users create multiple Projects with different themes, using a browser or app, or they can upload and share files.
Microsoft says the new tool will work with Microsoft Office, Creative Suite, Microsoft Office for Mac, Microsoft Publisher, and Office 365.
The company has previously offered an MCC for the free Creative Suite.
It allows users access to Microsoft’s Office suite and Microsoft Publisher for the first time.
Microsoft is also expanding the Microsoft Visual Studio team to bring the team up to speed with the latest Visual Studio tools and APIs, Microsoft says.
The new Visual Studio Team is designed to enable the Visual Studio Community to work collaboratively with Microsoft.
Microsoft is also building a Visual Studio community that will work alongside the Visual C++ Team.
Microsoft’s Creative Suite is Microsoft VisualStudio and Visual Studio Code.
Microsoft has a variety of creative tools, such as the MMC, that let developers create their software and then share it.