Microsoft announced today that the number of Windows 10 installs worldwide has exceeded 1 billion, and in September last year the company announced that the number of active Windows 10 users worldwide exceeded 900 million. Just a few days ago, Apple announced that more than 1.5 billion active devices worldwide, and today Microsoft is releasing good news that it has finally reached its goal of Windows 10.
Microsoft’s Italian website put son of good news, and given that it reached 900 million units five months ago, it is believed to be credible. In addition, windows 10 adoption is likely to improve over the past decade due to the deactivation of Windows 7. The 2009 operating system stopped supporting the system on January 14, meaning a large number of devices will be upgraded to Windows 10. Microsoft also urged home users and businesses to upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10, warning them of the potential security risks of continuing to run outdated software.