Microsoft 's extensive free upgrade strategy for Microsoft Windows 10 was a significant step, and after everything began and moved relatively smoothly it seems that it is beginning to enjoy the fruits.
According to up-to-date information that most sources seem to agree with, the number of computers around the world that run Windows 10 has now crossed the 50 million mark - which ostensibly gives the system a six-and-a-half percent market share in the 'stationary' operating systems world - almost as much as the total market share of OS X systems and more than the market share of Windows 8 (unlike Windows 8.1, which still Stands in second place with a share of about 15 percent).
Naturally, this is an excellent figure for a system that was launched less than three weeks ago, and it is also likely that we will see it continue to climb in the coming months. Who knows - maybe next year we can start and talk about an option to get around Windows 7, which has already earned its own mythological status among users, and currently has 50 percent of the systems entering this statistic.
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