The Free Software Foundation (FSF) has launched a free software tutorial series that teaches users how to trim software on Windows. 

The tutorial series is being offered on the FSF’s website and its main Facebook page. 

“The FSF wants to encourage people to take the time to learn the basics of cutting software, so we’re providing this tutorial series on trimming software on Microsoft Windows.

You don’t need to have any prior knowledge of the cutting tools, but it can be useful to familiarize yourself with them,” the Fsf explains on the Facebook page for the tutorial series. 

A number of software trimming tools are already available for Windows, including Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word, and Adobe Premiere. 

It’s not clear if any of these tools will be updated to support trimming on the upcoming Windows 10 operating system. 

Microsoft is also pushing free software to other platforms including Apple, Android, Linux, and BlackBerry. 

Some of the more popular trimming apps are available for Android and iPhone, but most have been discontinued. 

Another popular triming tool for Windows is Microsoft Word. 

Although Word isn’t the best trimming tool for modern computers, Microsoft is offering an alternative that’s even more powerful. 

You can download Microsoft Word and use it on Windows, Mac, and Linux. 

To learn more about trimming in Windows, you can read a tutorial series published by Microsoft for Mac and Windows.