Anniversary update installed on more than 75% of Windows 10 PCs

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The Windows 10 Anniversary Update is now installed on more than 75% of all users of Microsoft’s latest operating system, numbers from AdDuplex show. The is a major increase from the nearly 34.5% last month.

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#2

At this rate it will take only one more month before nearly all 400 million Windows 10 devices are fully up-to-date.

Minus 1 ( me ) I still have not plugged my Win 10 computer back in since the day I installed Windows 10 on it.
Played with it for a couple hours was not impressed and it’s been unplugged and under the desk ever since.
Probably be another couple months before I can get around to looking at it again.


#3

I for one will build a new system with just Windows 10x64 pro Retail sp1 on it and will experiment with that and not be a geniue pig to constant 10 debacles.


#4

Just looked up my receipt
I got the Windows 10 Pro back in Sept 2015 from NewEgg

Did not go for any free ones, Makes me feel like I own it at least.


#5

At this rate it will take only one more month before nearly all 400 million Windows 10 devices are fully up-to-date.
That’s questionable. On my 2-in-1 Tablet/Laptop I couldn’t use the normal update procedure due to lack of space (40 out of 64 GB allocated as C: drive) but had to use another pc to download the update to a USB stick and use that to update the 2-in-1. There are plenty of devices out there with 32 GB or 64 GB flash memory and not all those people will jump through hoops to update their device.


#6

[QUOTE=DrageMester;2782674]That’s questionable. On my 2-in-1 Tablet/Laptop I couldn’t use the normal update procedure due to lack of space (40 out of 64 GB allocated as C: drive) but had to use another pc to download the update to a USB stick and use that to update the 2-in-1. There are plenty of devices out there with 32 GB or 64 GB flash memory and not all those people will jump through hoops to update their device.[/QUOTE]IMHO, this is yet more proof that Microsoft needs to slim the Windows OS down. There was a time when Windows users could get all kinds of stuff done with only a few gigs of free space. Now, unless you’ve got a few hundreds of gigs available, you’re going to be hard-pressed to do something as simple as keeping your system up-to-date.