Microsoft will start offering hardware wallets on September 2, 2018.
The hardware wallets are meant to protect customers against ransomware and malicious attacks.
The wallets will work with the Windows and Mac OS X operating systems and will work as long as the software that supports them is compatible with the respective operating systems.
Microsoft is also starting a partnership with Apple that will give users the ability to install software on their Windows PCs that will protect them from ransomware.
Microsoft said the wallets will be available in October.
Microsoft’s new hardware wallet will be the first time that hardware wallets have been offered as an option for Windows PCs.
Microsoft has previously offered hardware wallets for smartphones and tablets.
The new hardware wallets will offer protection against ransomware on Windows PCs, and they will also be supported on iOS devices.
The Windows and macOS devices are the only platforms that currently support hardware wallets.
Windows users can get the new hardware devices by visiting the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft says that the Windows Wallet will be compatible with a wide variety of products, including Windows 10 Mobile, Xbox consoles, Apple Watch, Apple Pay, and Microsoft Surface devices.
Microsoft added that the wallet can be used to protect your account details and other sensitive information.
Users can use the Windows Hardware Wallet to store their Microsoft Account details on their device and to protect their device from malware, ransomware, and other malware.
Microsoft Wallet is available now on Windows 10 PCs and Macs, and will be supported through the end of 2018.
Microsoft also announced that its Windows wallet will start rolling out for iOS devices in October, which means that you will be able to start using your Microsoft Account information and passwords to secure your devices.
For more information on Microsoft’s Windows Wallet, visit the Microsoft website.