You may be waiting ‘a few weeks’ for your free Windows 10 upgrade, says Microsoft

31 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Microsoft: Windows 10 is already on 14 million computers.

Windows 10 had been installed on more than 14 million devices by Thursday evening, a small step toward the company’s goal of an installed base of 1 billion. “While we now have more than 14 million devices running Windows 10, we still have many more upgrades to go before we catch up to each of you that reserved your upgrade,” the company said in a blog post at 6:28 p.m. The latest version of Windows saw a somewhat bumpy rollout on Wednesday, with problems including a “Something happened” error screen seen during the installation process. Of course, there’s a huge difference between Windows 8 and Windows 10 — the latter is free for anyone running Windows 7, 8 or 8.1, as well as all users in the Windows Insider program.

We are doing everything we can to upgrade the world to Windows 10 as quickly as possible over the coming days and weeks ahead.” Windows 10 is first rolled out to Windows Insiders and in phases to all the eligible computers. Microsoft, however, said it was seeing unprecedented demand for Windows 10 with reviews and customer feedback “overwhelmingly positive around the globe.” Windows 10 has been hailed as a return to tried-and-true desktop interface design.

While it reintroduces the Start Menu of previous incarnations of Windows, its new features include a face-recognition system in lieu of passwords, the voice-based Cortana personal assistant, Task View, which allows multiple apps across multiple virtual desktops, and streaming from the Xbox One game console.

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