Windows 10 after three years: A greatly improved report card | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Windows 10 after three years: A greatly improved report card

As Windows 10 approaches its third birthday, it's maturing steadily. A worldwide installed base of more than 700 million active users is impressive, but what will it take to convince Windows 7 users to switch? Here's my report card.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The biggest problem with Windows 10, based on my experience, is that setting aside having to learn a whole new (and less efficient) user interface is that many of the software packages we use on Windows 7 won't run on Windows 10. In this economy, buying a new version of what one already has is unattractive, especially with the new business model of renting your software month to month instead of a perpetual license.

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