All of Logitech’s Accessories to Support Windows 10
As the release of Windows 10 is just around the corner, hardware manufacturers are working hard to make their devices compatible with the upcoming operating system. And as one of the most recognizable accessories-maker in the world, Logitech promised users of its products that every piece of technology they own is going to support Windows 10.
Logitech is one of the most popular manufacturer of computer peripherals in the world, and it produces some of the best keyboards, webcams, mice, etc. The company recently announced that all of its products that are for sale right now are going to be compatible with Windows 10. Although the history showed us that major OS upgrades could lead to some hardware difficulties, Logitech told us not to worry, because it will handle everything.
“All Logitech PC peripherals that are currently for sale today (mice, keyboards, combos, webcams and headsets) including Logitech G products, have been tested and work with Windows 10. Note that some functions, such as Windows 8 edge gestures are not enabled in Windows 10, so the products that were taking advantage of this feature will not have any functions associated with it in Windows 10.”
Although Logitech announced the full support for Windows 10, there may be some specific features of older Logitech’s hardware that won’t work on Windows 10, because they’re compatible only with older versions of Windows.
Logitech is not the only hardware manufacturer that works hard on delivering Windows 10 support to its products. However, all bigger companies make their products fully-compatible with Microsoft’s upcoming operating system.
To make sure the update of your Logitech peripherals goes smoothly, it’s not a bad idea to check if you have latest drivers installed. So, before you upgrade your system to Windows 10, go to Logitech support site, and download any necessary software for your ‘toys.’
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