Microsoft has released its latest Operating System the Windows 10 Creators Update to the general public in the month of March with version 1703. The Update is now available for everyone after the Redmond Giant has addressed the compatibility issues on PCs.

The worldwide availability of the Version 1703 would have prompted users to update their PCs to the latest Windows 10 Creators Update. But the figures as per Aduplex suggest that the Windows 10 Creators Update is only running on 65.6% of the PCs while the Anniversary Update is still being used by 30.1% of the users, who have not updated to the Windows 10 Creators Update.

In another news, the company’s earlier version of the OS, November Update is now running on only 2.8 percent of the systems meaning lot of users have actually updated their PC to the Anniversary Update.

Windows 10 devices being offered by OEMs, the adoption of the Creators Update has been growing with Dell and ASUS offering their PC with the latest Windows 10 version.

Microsoft which is currently getting ready to roll out its latest version Fall Creators Update due for release in September might not be happy with the adoption percentage of the Creators Update which would mean that lot of percentage of users might not update their PC to the latest version and Windows 10 might eventually suffer from fragmentation.


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