The launch of Windows 10 happened less than three weeks ago. Now a new, but still unconfirmed, report claims that Microsoft's latest operating system has exceeded 53 million PC installs.
The report from Neowin comes just a few days after another, again unconfirmed, report from WinBeta. It claimed that Windows 10 installs had reached the 50 million mark. Neowin's report also references numbers from StatCounter which claim Windows 10 has claimed 4.95% of the total PC operating system market share. However, those numbers are collected via page views on websites, rather than unique visitors, so it's not clear if those numbers are accurate.
Microsoft has yet to offer any new information on Windows 10 install numbers since its launch week, when it claim that 14 million installs of the OS have happened in the first 24 hours.