The Surface ecosystem is calm as ever, steady, with nothing much unexpected happening. Save for Surface Go, which has quietly become more successful than many expected. This is the smallest and most affordable Surface device to date, which Microsoft launched not too long ago to good critical reception. Apparently,...

Windows 10 Version 1809, better known as the October 2018 Update, turned out to be the company’s buggiest release in a long time. And this has significantly affected its uptake. Or, at least, its early adoption rates. This has been revealed in the AdDuplex report for December, which shows that the latest version of...

And not even that, if we go by the latest numbers provided by AdDuplex. To say that the Windows 10 October 2018 Update has had a slow start would be an understatement. Besieged by bugs, errors, and installation issues, this version of the operating system seems to be finding life difficult out in the wild....

But just almost. This version will never officially achieve the 90% market share mark, as the rollout of the October 2018 Update for Windows 10 is about to begin in the coming days. Meaning, even though the April 2018 Update started out with a much faster rollout than the Fall Creators Update, it will not cross the...

A picture that reveals that 1.24% of Surface owners are already using the Surface Go. Surprising when you consider it, inspiring when you think about it. The new tablet it already on a good trajectory. Advertising network AdDuplex released its latest monthly report that is based on data collected from apps that ran...

How’s that for success! Good news to report on the Windows 10 April 2018 Update adoption front, with new statistics confirming that it is running on close to 85% of compatible PCs. 84.2%, to be exact. These are AdDuplex numbers for the month of July 2018, which obviously have this variant of the OS as the number one...

Wow, that was fast! Microsoft has a reason to be pleased with the swift adoption of the Windows 10 April Update, with the latest version of the operating system already powering one in two PCs. That is to say, 50% of compatible Windows 10 PCs. These newest numbers have been provided by advertising network AdDuplex and...

And just in the nick of time, too! Microsoft is all set to release the next major version of its flagship OS, but in the meantime, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is charting new heights. Heights of adoption, that is. That’s because, according to the latest monthly usage breakdown published by AdDuplex, the current...

That’s a solid showing. Concerns over fragmentation have been real in the world of Windows lately, but if the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has shown anything, it’s that Microsoft is on the right track. Of ensuring that users are running the latest version of its operating system, that is. And that is because,...

Hot stuff! The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is already installed on 20.5% of compatible PCs, the latest statistics from AdDuplex have revealed. All this, more or less, a month after rollout. This new version of the operating system saw daylight last month. And the Windows Device Statistics Report that the...