About two weeks ago, Microsoft officially announced that Windows 10 had been installed on over 75 million PCs a month after its launch. Now, a new but unconfirmed report says that Windows 10 install number has increased to 81 million PCs worldwide.
The new numbers come from Petri. If they are indeed accurate, they show that while the install pace for Windows 10 has slowed down since its July 29 launch, it's still being installed on over 400,000 PCs a day, on average. Microsoft recently said that 1.5 million Windows 10 installs were of its Enterprise SKUs, which is a solid number considering that those versions of the OS are paid for, rather than the free update that's available for consumer users of Windows 7 and 8.1 PCs.
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