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10 windows are racing forward with a market share of six percent

Microsoft 's extensive free upgrade strategy for Microsoft 10 was a significant step, and after everything began and moved relatively smoothly it seems that it is beginning to enjoy the fruits.

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According to up-to-date information that most sources seem to agree with, the number of computers around the world that run 10 now crossed the million 50 threshold - which allegedly gives the market six-and-a-half percent market share in the "stationary" operating system - almost like the total market share of the OS X systems and more than the market share of the 8 windows system (unlike the 8.1 windows, which are still You stand in second place with a share of about 15 percent).

Naturally, this is an excellent figure for a system launched less than three weeks ago, and we will probably see it continue to climb in the coming months. Who knows - maybe next year we can start talking about an option to work around 7, which has already earned its own mythological status among users, and currently has 50 percent of the systems entering this statistic.

StatCounter data does not always match reality fully, but in this case it seems that they are good enough to clarify the rapid expansion of the new system from Microsoft
StatCounter data does not always match reality fully, but in this case it seems that they are good enough to clarify the rapid expansion of the new system from Microsoft

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  1. Believes it is less the fact that the upgrade is free and more that it is automatic. You do not have to download anything, you do not need to initiate installation, just approve the upgrade and that's it.

  2. Slaughter? Leaving quite a few "bodies" behind,
    Even if numbers are hard to argue with.

    I don't think there's anything to be proud of, in terms of Microsoft.

  3. Believes it is less the fact that the upgrade is free and more that it is automatic. You do not have to download anything, you do not need to initiate installation, just approve the upgrade and that's it.

    It would be good if the upgrade also worked properly. I lost a network card driver within a week (a known problem since WIN8.1 days) and I had to do a reset and reinstall the operating system. After a clean install, everything works almost without incident (still occasionally the display gets lost and the delusional solution - turn off a screen and turn it on again).

  4. I will be pulled back due to serious problems that have arisen in ERP and Chrome browser software

  5. In fact, my upgrade was complete - including detection of a 15 CRT screen and the computer stable for two weeks (the display is even better than the one in 7 that did not work with the CRT).
    Of course I've closed everything in the privacy settings, this weekend I'll close the annoying policy issue (already tested on another computer and working fine - behaving nicely and asking for updates and reboots) The only problem I've encountered is the non-compliant Edge on some sites Compatibility: P The solution is to work in Internet Explorer that is well hidden but exists.

  6. Only if you really know what you are doing gpedit.msc Computer Configuration - Administrative Templates - Windows Components - Windows Update inside it you can edit and adjust the settings - uninstall and restart automatically and more. As a principle, almost anything can be changed in the operating system settings from the Policy Editor, you just have to be very careful about the settings - once I even managed to lock the local Administrator and this is pretty much the end of the game: behead:

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  8. Apparently, it only works in PRO - not in Home
    If they don't find a solution soon, that's probably another reason for the upgrade ...

  9. Apparently it only works in PRO - does not exist in Home if no solution is found soon, probably another reason for the upgrade ...

    It does not turn out, it was said at the outset by anyone who has reviewed the 10 windows.
    Obviously it's still just as annoying, if not more so.

  10. Once I even managed to lock the Local Administrator and that's pretty much the end of the game 

    There are endless solutions to such a situation.

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