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Windows 10 passes 800 million units

Everywhere, Windows 10 can be. And on the server, even if it becomes another branding.Microsoft says Windows 10 has reached more than 800 million units. This is 100 million more than it was six months ago When Windows 1 0 was launched – and when Windows on phones was expected to add tens of millions of units – Microsoft set a target of one billion units within two to three years. The end of their smartphone ambitions has been paid for that jump, but Windows 10 is still the fastest growing version of Windows all the time. If it can continue to grow at 100 million units every six months, the goal of one billion should be about one year away. There is a good chance that growth can actually be checked next year, due to Windows 7's upcoming end to support. For nine months, the operating system released in 2009 will release free support (although paid support options will remain) and many hundreds of millions of companies still use it. While some users will inevitably agree with what they know, most are probably better served by upgrading.

 Everywhere, Windows 10 can be. And on the server, even if it becomes another branding.

Everywhere, Windows 10 can be. And on the server, even if it becomes another branding.

Microsoft says Windows 10 has reached more than 800 million units. This is 100 million more than it was six months ago

When Windows 1

0 was launched – and when Windows on phones was expected to add tens of millions of units – Microsoft set a target of one billion units within two to three years. The end of their smartphone ambitions has been paid for that jump, but Windows 10 is still the fastest growing version of Windows all the time.

If it can continue to grow at 100 million units every six months, the goal of one billion should be about one year away. There is a good chance that growth can actually be checked next year, due to Windows 7’s upcoming end to support. For nine months, the operating system released in 2009 will release free support (although paid support options will remain) and many hundreds of millions of companies still use it. While some users will inevitably agree with what they know, most are probably better served by upgrading.

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