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Microsoft: Windows 10 installed capacity had exceeded 200 million units

Microsoft: Windows 10 installed capacity had exceeded 200 million units

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Date: 6 January 2016 15:59

Microsoft announced Monday that in less than 6 months’ time, the next-generation operating system Windows 10 installed capacity had exceeded 200 million units.
 
Windows 10 listed on July 29 last year, Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 per cent of ordinary consumers and enterprise users can upgrade to the new system. 24 hours after the release, there are more than 14 million upgrade the PC.
 
Microsoft announced in late August last year, listed on Windows 10 in less than a month's time, has more than 75 million pieces of equipment installed. Listed after 10 weeks, the world has more than 110 million pieces of equipment installed.
 
Microsoft on Monday said: "as of today, the world has more than 200 million active devices running Windows 10 more months. "Microsoft's goal is within 3 years of the world's 1 billion devices running Windows 10.
 
Microsoft today also said the current popularity of Windows 10 is still accelerating, 40% new Windows of 10 devices activated after the Black Friday. In all versions of Windows systems, Windows 10 speed is still fast, is 140% Windows 7, Windows 8 is 400%.
 
More than 76% Microsoft enterprise customers actively testing Windows 10. Corporate and educational clients have more than 22 million devices running Windows 10.
 
Microsoft said users on Windows 10 satisfaction was higher than that of other versions of Windows. In last December alone, users spent more than 11 billion hours of time on Windows 10.


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