Windows 10 Usage Doubles Over Last Six Months As Free Upgrade Deadline Nears
Microsoft still aims at getting one billion devices on Windows 10 in a time period of 2-3 years. That is all well and good. The goal is pretty achievable and wall they need to stress upon is keeping up the momentum of people moving to Windows 10.
According to different sources, Windows 10 usage doubled over last six months but will Microsoft be able to keep the momentum going after the free upgrade period is over?
That is a big question indeed. With the free upgrade deadline coming closer I think it is only logical that Windows 10 usage doubled over the last six months. I think that the numbers will continue to increase till the deadline of the free upgrade.
There are mixed reviews about Windows 10 and all kinds of rumors concerning Microsoft new OS. That would explain why people are reluctant to make the upgrade and might be waiting till the very last moment to make the shift.
People are waiting for Microsoft to make the changes and tweaks that are needed for Windows 10 to make it a better operating system. Simple things like extensions for Microsoft Edge are missing from Windows 10. Extensions are a huge concern for people when it comes to browsers. Though this feature is available to insiders it is still not there for other Windows 10 users.
Windows 10 usage doubled over last six months but people are still hesitant in making the shift. In order to achieve the 1 billion devices goal, Microsoft will have to make the much needed changes to the operating system so that people can make the shift more easily and effortlessly. If this is done in time I do not see why Microsoft can not get a billion devices on Windows 10.