As spotted by Windows Central, Logitech announced today on their official blog that they are ready for Windows 10 and all PC peripherals they currently sell will work with Microsoft’s newest operating system. Logitech said today that:
“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… Our ConferenceCam product family and desktop collaboration products will also work with Windows 10.”
The post also notes though that some functions like Windows 8 edge gestures are not enabled in Windows 10 but programmable buttons or shortcuts that users have created with their Logitech peripherals “should behave in the same way when you’re using Windows 10.”
So whether you rely on a G series keyboard for your PC gaming or use a Logitech webcam for your teleconferencing, it should all work on July 29th when Windows 10 is officially released.