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As per new reports Microsoft’s new Operating System, Windows 10 is now being installed and used by more than 600 million active users. The Windows 10 adoption is expected to overtake Windows 7 in terms of the global market share very soon.

According to Microsoft’s new stats released this week, the number of users which have adopted the company’s latest operating system is now gone to 600 Million active users and is expected to increase in the coming days.

Microsoft recently added a new Entertainment category in its Microsoft Store which is generating lot of attention and is the main reason for users moving in to install Windows 10 on their devices.

With the new Entertainment category users are able to download a huge number of games which are helping the company generate more revenue in global markets.

The company has said in a note that the 600 million monthly active users are spread over the company’s other devices like Xbox One consoles, tablets, laptops, Windows Mixed Reality headsets and more.

With Microsoft already introducing Windows 10 in S mode, which lets users install quality apps through its Store, the number of monthly active users is expected to grow over a period of time.

The users installing the apps on their devices are having 4GB of RAM on their devices which is the specifications which were rolled out by Microsoft for a easy update and use of its Windows 10 operating system. Out of the 600 million active users, 31 percent are expected to be with 8GB of RAM apart from other 44% having 4GB of RAM on their devices.

The company expects the number of active users and download of apps to go up with the company scheduled to release its next major Windows 10 Update, Spring Creators update next month to the general public.

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