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Windows 10 Finally Leaves Windows 7 Behind

Achievement unlocked! A new year, a new success. Windows 10 has finally overtaken Windows 7 to become the world’s number one desktop operating system. Figures provided…

Surface Go

Surface Go Is A Certified Hit

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…

October 2018 Update Launche

Users In No Hurry To Install Windows 10 Version 1809

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…

Firefox Logo Space

Firefox Users Sure Love Windows 10

No surprises here! Windows 10 is now the operating system of choice for most Firefox users, but they don’t really care for the Microsoft Edge…

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Over 50% Of Businesses Have Upgraded To Windows 10

That’s a resounding success, if ever there was one! Some three years since launch, more than 50% of businesses have made the move to Windows…

Surface PCs

Surface Now Among The Top 5 PC Brands In The US

The journey that started in 2012 has now reached its first destination. Microsoft Surface has continued its growth trajectory, and the innovative line of hardware…

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April 2018 Update Is Now On Almost 90% Of Devices

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…

Windows 10 Market Share

Windows 10 April Update Share Already Hits 50%

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…

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Windows Phone Market Share Hits Rock Bottom

The fine folks over at Kantar, a market research firm, have revealed their latest monthly mobile figures. And the Windows Phone market share numbers paint…

Windows 10 Market Share

Windows 10 Market Share Went Down In February

Really? It takes an awful lot to move Windows 10 market share up or down these days, but apparently February was not that kind a…