New success story from Microsoft

Windows 10 will soon become the number one operating system around the world, according to Microsoft that says its new system tends to become the most successful version of Windows ever.Microsoft Story Success

The free upgrade offer to Windows 7 and 8,1 users, as well as Microsoft's aggressive policy, definitely played a key role in the rapid adoption of Windows 10 from the public.

Microsoft revealed yesterday that the new operating system runs on 350 million devices around the world and that Windows 10 has so far scored the best customer satisfaction rating.

Of course, the company counts customer satisfaction from those who have already installed the operating system. But what about all those trying to block the upgrade from Windows 7 and 8.1?

"I would like to say a special thank you to each and every one of you who have upgraded to Windows 10. Over 350 million devices running Windows 10, and customer satisfaction to be greater than any previous version of Windows. "Our customer loyalty is also incredible with more than 135 billion hours of use in Windows 10 since its launch," said Yusuf Mehdi, Corporate Vice President of Windows.

"We are pleased that so many of you are more productive and more fun with Windows 10. Your feedback is a key element in designing the Anniversary Update."

According to third-party data, Windows 10 is the second most used operating system in the world, with a market share that is getting closer to 20 per cent.
Windows 7 continues to hold the top spot with about 50 percent of market share.

Let's remind you that Microsoft's goal is to bring Windows 10 to 1 billion devices up to 2017. The company's goal looks very ambitious, as there are so many companies that do not dare to go into a new operating system.
Moreover, 50% of the market share still holding Windows 7, although the offer of free upgrade expires on July 29 means something.

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