Microsoft announced that less than a year after it launched, Windows 10 is already running on 350 million devices. Additionally, customer satisfaction with it is higher than for any previous version of the operating system, the software giant said. But as technology columnist Troy Wolverton discovered, it’s not hard to find many who are not happy with the new system.
Microsoft announced that less than a year after it launched, Windows 10 is already running on 350 million devices. Additionally, customer satisfaction with it is higher than for any previous version of the operating system, the software giant said. But as technology columnist Troy Wolverton discovered, it’s not hard to find many who are not happy with the new system. Richard Drew Associated Press file
Microsoft announced that less than a year after it launched, Windows 10 is already running on 350 million devices. Additionally, customer satisfaction with it is higher than for any previous version of the operating system, the software giant said. But as technology columnist Troy Wolverton discovered, it’s not hard to find many who are not happy with the new system. Richard Drew Associated Press file

Microsoft says Windows 10 is a hit, but many users disagree

July 13, 2016 8:53 AM

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