A new article published today in National Geographic News examines which Windows 10 installation systems have proven most successful and which have fallen flat.
The article discusses how the popularity of Windows 10 has fluctuated since it first launched last year and offers recommendations for future updates and new versions.
While it does not include the many updates and features that have since been added to the operating system, it is a helpful overview of the platform’s progress and potential for growth.
“As with all great platforms, Windows 10’s adoption has not been uniform across the board,” says James J. Schmitt, senior product manager for Windows.
“But over the past year or so, the platform has shown signs of solid growth.
The platform has been growing steadily in popularity, with the vast majority of Windows users now using at least one version of the operating systems.
And while the majority of users are still using the older, older versions of Windows, it seems like they are increasingly embracing the latest and greatest.
We expect that growth will continue to be the case for some time to come.”
The article also looks at what has changed over time for the Windows 10 operating system.
The OS now includes the first versions of the Cortana personal assistant, which is currently available for free on both Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise editions, and the first version of Windows Defender, which was added to Windows 10 for free in October 2018.
The Windows 10 Home edition is also now available for $119.99, which includes the full suite of Windows and Windows Store apps, including Office, the Windows Store, the Games Store, and Cortana.
While Microsoft has made significant investments in the new version of its operating system over the last few years, Windows 8.1 is still widely considered the OS of choice for many people.
For example, more than 90% of respondents to an online survey by Comscore said that they use Windows 10 as their primary operating system when choosing between two of the major operating systems: Windows 7 and Windows 8 for personal computing.
Windows 8 has also become increasingly popular in the last year, and Microsoft recently announced a $100 upgrade offer for its older operating systems, which include Windows 7, Windows XP, and Windows 2000.
Windows 10 continues to enjoy an impressive adoption rate for both its users and the companies it has supported for years.
According to Comscore, more people are currently using the operating System than ever before.
The overall adoption rate of Windows 7 has remained roughly constant since it launched in 2009, while Windows XP adoption has increased every year since Windows Vista was introduced in 2007.
While Windows XP is no longer the dominant OS on the market, the growth of Windows 8 is encouraging.
As Windows 10 gains more users, it will likely continue to grow and gain traction.
For now, however, it looks like Windows 10 is on track to be one of the most popular operating systems for many years to come.
For more information on Windows 10, see our guide to the most important news about Windows 10 and our guide for installing Windows 10 on a Mac.