Windows 10 has reportedly exceeded 100 million PC installs
It's been just under two months since Windows 10 for PCs and tablets officially launched on July 29. Now a new, but still unconfirmed report, claims that the amount of installs for Microsoft's latest OS has exceeded the 100 million milestone.
The report comes from Petri, citing unnamed sources. Microsoft officially confirmed that it had 75 million installs for Windows 10, covering over 90,000 unique PC and tablet models, on August 26. If this new report is indeed accurate, it means that the OS has seen 25 million more installs in just one month.
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And will not be in use after 3 years. However, Windows 10 would still be selling. Your point?
September 28th is over 2 months after July 29th? Learn something new every day I guess. Edit: Fixed. I love it when articles are changed based on comment feedback. It's why I rarely go to websites that turn the comments off.
Get some knowledge on the topic and then criticize someone.
Dunno why folks here react so badly.....
It's not even only done on Operating Systems, I do have many software that let's you join their "anonymous", "community" or "whatever name they want to add" program to give feedback and statistics about your usage and problems you may have. again stop being ignorant and bring crap to the comment section that has NOTHING to do with the article. if you don't like it, stop using technology and internet, because everything is gathering data from you. even non internet related stuff like banks, etc etc.
1billion in one year is easy but they should concentrate on Mobile from now...with native .exe run on handheld.
P.S. I'm not even in a insider mode.
Win 10 on three dell venue tablets = 1 unique device(dell venue tablet)