Microsoft will release “Logitech Unified” software that will help Microsoft Windows 8 PCs, tablets, smartphones and Xbox One consoles run Microsoft Office 365 and other Microsoft products.
Microsoft is rolling out the software in its Windows 8 Insider program this week, the company announced in a blog post Tuesday.
The software will work with “Windows 8 and Windows Phone devices with an Intel processor and Intel graphics,” according to the blog post.
The company is not disclosing the version of the software, or how many PCs, phones and consoles will get the software.
The Windows 8 operating system is being rolled out with a preview build for Windows 10 PCs, and is set to arrive later this year for Microsoft’s Xbox One console.
Microsoft’s announcement is notable because Microsoft is releasing the software without revealing the full release date or price.
Microsoft already has been testing the software with customers, and it was only revealed in January that Microsoft was working on a Windows 8 “universal” operating system for smartphones.
But the announcement comes after months of speculation that Microsoft would unveil the universal operating system sometime next year.
Microsoft, however, did not offer a clear date for the universal version of Windows 8.
That’s because the company is still working on the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) for its Windows Phone platform.
Microsoft says Windows Phone 8.1, the Windows 8 version of its mobile operating system, is “coming soon.”
It’s unclear when Windows 8 8.0, its next version of Microsoft’s mobile operating platform, will come out, or what features the Universal OS will include.
Microsoft has not yet revealed when or where Universal Windows will arrive.
Windows 8, which first launched in 2008, was initially targeted at developers and businesses.
It is designed to work with a range of Microsoft products, including Office, Office 365, and its Office apps.
But Microsoft says it’s “coming” to consumers.
“Windows 7 and Windows 8 are designed for enterprise users,” Microsoft’s blog post said.
“As a Windows 7 and 8 user, you will be able to easily run applications like Office 365 on your Windows 7 or Windows 8 device.”
The company has been teasing Windows 8 with a “Universal” operating platform since it was first announced in 2013.
But Windows 8 is also designed to be a hybrid between desktop and mobile, and Windows 10 will be an entirely new OS.
Microsoft will offer several new features in Windows 10, including a unified browser experience and more features like cloud computing and voice assistants.