Microsoft is rolling out the latest software updates for the Windows 10 operating system, which will be available for download for all platforms and devices on September 28.
As usual, the latest release will be available for download on the Microsoft Store for Windows PCs and for devices running Windows 10 mobile operating systems.
The updates are part of a broader strategy to bring more of the Microsoft brand to the Windows ecosystem, and to get more of our customers to use our services, Microsoft said in a blog post.
We are excited to offer our customers new ways to interact with us, and we are always striving to deliver innovative products that we think will make a positive impact in the world.
Read more about Microsoft’s mobile strategy at the Windows blog.
Windows 10 MobileOS updates will be rolling out to customers across the US on September 27.
Microsoft has already released Microsoft apps and games for Windows 10 on iOS and Android, and it also launched a new version of its Xbox app earlier this year.
In addition, Microsoft is currently rolling out a new mobile OS called Windows 10 Universal that will work on the new Android, iOS, and PC platforms, and Microsoft will be releasing a Windows 10 app for Android, iOS and Windows Phone later this year that will be powered by Android, Windows Phone, and Microsoft’s own Universal Windows Platform.
Windows Universal OS is a Windows operating system designed for devices that run on phones and tablets.
It will be released in time for the holiday season, but it’s unclear when exactly that will happen.
For more on Windows 10, be sure to check out TechRadal’s guide to the new OS.