Microsoft on Wednesday unveiled its plan to invest $235 million in its partners in learning program over the next five years.

Microsoft for a long time has been striving to get its software and computers using its applications into classrooms and other organizations around the world.

The firm is attempting to broaden its reach by bringing up new generations of children to use its products.

The firm said it will help provide Intel Classmate PC into different organizations around the world.

It's not only getting the computer but all the other elements in the strategy, said Orlando Ayala, Microsoft Unlimited Potential group head. It's about how much we're able to empower people.

The firm will train teachers and influence education policy with the program victims.

Last year, Microsoft said it will sell some of its applications like Windows XP and Office home to users in developing countries for about $3.