Logitech is making headlines again after announcing that the software it has been using to unite its hardware and software platforms will soon be available for Windows 10.
In a blog post today, Logitech CEO Steve Tamblyn announced that the company will be shipping an update to its unifying tools in time for the release of Windows 10 on November 29.
This software will work with any Logitech device, including laptops, desktops, and more.
This will be the second time the company has released a software update for its Unifying software.
In December, the company said that it was also planning to ship an update for Windows 11 and will work on Windows 10 as well.
Tamblin has said that the update will only work on laptops, and it is unclear what the exact features will be.
“The future of Logitech’s Unifying technology will be as much software as hardware,” Tamblen said in the blog post.
“We’re building on our existing capabilities in order to provide a seamless experience for our customers.”
Microsoft has been testing a new version of its Unified software in an effort to provide more control to users over what they are allowed to use in their home PCs.
The company has made it a priority to enable more flexibility for Windows users to use their devices in their homes, and the company is expected to unveil a new operating system soon.
However, Microsoft is still working on its Windows 10 rollout, which is expected later this year.
The update will likely be a more comprehensive update than the previous one, with additional features that will be available as a free update.
Microsoft is also planning a Windows 10 upgrade for Mac users, although it has yet to announce plans for this.