The wireless adapter for the Xbox One is already compatible with Windows 7 and Windows 8.1
It is not only limited to Windows 10.
Users of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 operating systems can now be used without restrictions and with full official support wireless adapter for the Xbox One. So far, it has been limited to systems and devices with Windows 10.
Thus, users of PCs with any of these versions of Windows, can play without any problems with the wireless controller and Xbox One wireless adapter. This was announced -Major own Hyrb Larry Nelson, in his Twitter profile.
This announcement comes via Xbox’s Larry Hryb (aka Major Nelson), who revealed on his Twitter page that the Xbox Wireless Adapter would work with Windows 7, 8.1 and 10.
The revelation that PC gamers would be able to use Xbox One controllers wirelessly with their rig came earlier this year.Until now, PC users have been limited to using a wired version of the Xbox One gamepad.
Until June 2014, PC users have to use the official control of Xbox One through a USB connection, Windows 10 being the first to receive wireless support. Now, the three most recent operating systems Microsoft, contemplate that option.