Windows 10 is now running on 400 million machines says Microsoft

Charlee Gothard
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But desktop market share still lags at 23 per cent

Windows 10 is now running on 400 million machines according to senior vice president Yusuf Mehdi, who made the announcement at the Ignite conference in the US city of Atlanta yesterday. "Over th...

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