Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system is not currently supported by all the popular games available on the Internet, but it can run online games on PCs.
That is because the operating system has to run on a single computer, and Microsoft does not have a single server or router that can run all the games available for it, according to a blog post by the company.
For the most part, games are available for download on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Microsoft is also working on a Windows 10 version that will include support for online multiplayer, as well as some games that have already been developed by independent developers.
There is also a PC version of Windows 8 that will be coming later this year, Microsoft said.
Microsoft also released a guide on how to play online multiplayer games online with Windows 10 PCs in July.
This is the first time a major Windows company has said it is not ready to support online multiplayer gaming.
Microsoft first announced the existence of online multiplayer in January 2016, when it announced that Windows 10 would allow players to play games over the Internet in real-time, as opposed to the current method where players can only view a single game at a time.
Microsoft was one of several companies that said at the time that it was working on online multiplayer.
The company said it would support Windows 10, but did not say how it would implement the feature.
Microsoft has said that it is working to support all of the online gaming that is available for Windows 10.
However, Microsoft has also said that Microsoft plans to release Windows 10 with a full suite of online gaming support.