windows 10 news update

Last week, Microsoft announced that they have more than 14 million devices running Windows 10 within 24 hours of the launch. Over the weekend, Microsoft has added additional 4.5 million PCs. Windows 10 has been installed now on 18.5 million machines, the new number comes from Neowin's source inside Microsoft. At its peak, Windows 10 was being installed at a rate of 1500 machines per second.

Windows 10 is officially out. It’s the biggest update to Windows in years and represents a number of new directions for Microsoft’s premier software product. Windows 10 replaces Windows 8 and 8.1, and serves to attract those Windows 7 users that never bothered to update to Windows 8. There are a host of new features in Windows 10, ranging from updated interfaces to new apps and services. For all of our in-depth thoughts on the new platform, be sure to check out our full review.
Perhaps the most notable thing about the new platform is that you don’t have to pay for it, so long as you already have Windows 8 or Windows 7. But if you’re looking for a reason or two to update your current Windows 8 machine or aging Windows 7 box, here are the top new features in Windows 10 that might make you want to.
By Dan Seifert

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