Windows 10 is now the fastest growing version of Windows for businesses and consumers with over 270 million users upgrading or purchasing the software since it’s release less than a year ago. The news was announced by Microsoft at last week's Build Conference.
With some much-needed improvements to the UI and the correction of some stability issues the update has gone a long way to boosting the universal opinion of the OS. On top of this there is now enough genuine progress in the OS for business users to seriously consider a Windows 10 migration. Improvements like smoother upgrades and runtime configuration tools went a long way to promoting enterprise appeal to IT managers.
The adoption of this update has been off to a strong start since it’s first 24 hours and since sales have outpaced it’s predecessor Windows 8 by 400%. This adoption rate has included business that largely ignored the previous version