Microsoft has hired an employee to work on the Windows 10 platform, the company announced Wednesday.
The developer will work on a project to build and distribute a Windows 10 Mobile application, according to a Microsoft press release.
The project, which is in the early stages of development, will help Microsoft move forward with the development of its own Windows 10 version, the release notes said.
Microsoft has already built and tested Windows 10 versions for smartphones and tablets.
The company is also developing Windows 10 for IoT, and is developing Windows Server and Azure-based Windows 10.
Microsoft also plans to make Windows 10 available for more devices in 2018.
The new job was announced in a Microsoft blog post, where Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella called Windows 10 a “revolutionary technology” and said that the company is building a “bigger, faster, better Windows platform.”
“Today we’re announcing a new, first-of-its-kind role at Microsoft that will bring our team to deliver Windows 10 to even more customers in the next few years,” Nadell said.
“This new team will bring a unique expertise and talent to help us create the next generation of Windows.”
Microsoft did not provide details on the new project.
Nadella told reporters that Microsoft is working to bring Windows 10 applications to more devices, including smartphones, tablets, and PCs.
He said the company will continue to make the operating system available to consumers as soon as it’s ready.
Nike CEO Mark Parker said last month that Nike will be adding its Windows 10 app to its mobile apps.
In February, the app was released to Apple’s App Store.