In a blog post today, Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 is now running on 300 Million Devices. The company also stated that they are seeing Windows 10 Powered devices at home, at schools, at small businesses and at large companies
As we near the one year anniversary of the availability of Windows 10, we’re excited to share that Windows 10 is now running on 300 million active devices around the world – Microsoft
Microsoft has also provided some cool things in Windows 10 that lead it to become a fastest growing operating system.
- Over 63 billion minutes were spent on Microsoft Edge in March alone, with 50% growth in minutes since the last quarter. Exclusively available on Windows 10, Microsoft Edge is our modern browser for helping you get things done.
- Cortana, the personal digital assistant in Windows 10, has helped answer over 6 billion questions since launch.
- People are playing games on Windows 10 more than ever before, with over 9 billion hours of gameplay on Windows 10 since launch.
- Apps that come with Windows 10, including Photos, Groove Music, and Movies & TV are seeing millions of active users each month, including more than 144 million people using Photos.
- And, the Windows Store continues to grow daily with new Universal Windows Platform apps like Facebook, Instagram, and Facebook Messenger; updated UWP apps from Vine, Hulu, Netflix and Twitter; and popular PC games including Rise of the Tomb Raider and Quantum Break.
It is worth mentioning that Windows 10 upgradation rate is getting down when compared to first three months of Windows 10 launch. Indeed, Windows Anniversary coming this July. Windows Anniversary update is now is under testing for Windows 10 users with the help of Windows Insiders. Windows Anniversary update is expected to bring lots new features for Windows 10, including Extension support for Microsoft Edge. With the help of Windows 10 Anniversary Redstone improvements, Microsoft will surely find more Windows 10 installations.
Don’t forget that Windows 10 Free upgrade for Windows 7 and Windows 8 users is ending on July 29th and Microsoft has also posted a video to encourage users to upgrade their Devices to Windows 10 for FREE.