Windows 10’s new version of the popular Microsoft Office suite will soon be rolled out to Windows 8.1 users.

A post on Microsoft’s official blog today said users of the software update will be able to install the new version by going to Settings, Privacy, Update & Security, and clicking on the ‘Get Update’ link.

The app update is now rolling out to all users of Windows 10.

Microsoft previously announced the update would be rolled into Windows 8, but the new Windows 10 version will only be available on the OS. 

The update comes just weeks after Microsoft introduced a new feature called ‘Windows Live Creators Update’ that brings Microsoft’s Office suite to the cloud.

Users of Microsoft’s own Windows 7 and 8.x operating systems will also be able get the update, with Microsoft promising it will add “more productivity, collaboration and other useful features”.

Microsoft will roll out the update to all Windows 10 users in the coming days, and it will also roll out to users of other Microsoft products such as Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro.

Microsoft is also expected to announce a new version for Windows 10 that is also set to bring Microsoft’s online services to the web, with the new software also bringing an array of new features. 

This article has been updated to clarify that Microsoft’s announcement is only for Windows 8 users.