PC sales continue to fall in 2019 with Intel chip shortage blamed

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Intel's ongoing chip shortage is affecting businesses' Windows 10 upgrade projects, warns IDC
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Intel's ongoing chip shortage is affecting businesses' Windows 10 upgrade projects, warns IDC

Organisations' Windows 10 migration plans affected, warns IDC, as cessation of extended support for Windows 7 looms

Sales of PCs continued to fall in the first quarter of 2019 with Intel's CPU shortage blamed for the continued downturn after a brief period of growth in 2018. Figures from both Gartner and IDC concur...

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