Microsoft reports 300 million active devices running Windows 10 – OS shows strong growth

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Microsoft today announced that Windows 10 is now running on 300 million active devices. The company reported 270 million devices in March and 200 million in January this year.

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Notice how they like to make news of how well Windows 10 is going but Windows 7 never had to have M$ report news for it to be accepted. Now if that isn’t telling enough then - that would mean Windows 10 is a flop. And just as much as they like to talk the active device they fail to tell you just as much leave.


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This article reads more like an advert for Windows 10. Strong growth? If you take out the number of new PCs being sold which Windows 10 is installed on by default, there really doesn’t appear to be many people taking up the free upgrade offer any more, even with Microsoft’s strongarm tactics still in place.


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Windows 10 also has, “the highest customer satisfaction of any version of Windows”, according to Microsoft.
As someone who has used both Windows 3.11 and Windows 95, I found that hard to believe. After all, it’s Windows 96 that really made Windows the proprietary powerhouse it has become. The way I see it, Windows versions from Vista on up are living off the fumes of older, better (at least for their day) versions like 95 and XP.


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[QUOTE=TSJnachos117;2774640] it’s Windows 96 that really made Windows the proprietary powerhouse it has become.[/QUOTE] I guess it’s a shame they never released Windows 96 to the public?! :smiley:


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[QUOTE=roho;2773971]This article reads more like an advert for Windows 10. Strong growth? If you take out the number of new PCs being sold which Windows 10 is installed on by default, there really doesn’t appear to be many people taking up the free upgrade offer any more, even with Microsoft’s strongarm tactics still in place.[/QUOTE]
That article IS an advert for Windows OS-X :bigsmile:

[QUOTE=DrageMester;2774647]I guess it’s a shame they never released Windows 96 to the public?! :D[/QUOTE]
Called Windows 95C -and it was a shame it was released to the public (first one with USB support)