Windows 10 still bother to pass the 700 million bars of activations on PC

Windows 10 fails to exceed the 700 million of PC-enabled bar. Indeed, the giant announced to be close to this number during the month of May 2018. The park is in the process of real stagnation, Windows 7 is still very resistant and this should continue in the following months.

According to Neowin, Microsoft is still unable to exceed the 700 million threshold of active Windows 10 devices. If the bone continues to grow, it now seems very shy. CEO Satya Nadella continues to talk about 700 million of active PCs when announcing the group's latest financial results. This number has not changed much since the previous announcement made by Microsoft in May 2018.

Microsoft has set itself in 2015 as a goal to propel Windows 10 on one billion devices within two to three years. However, the publisher had to go back a year after making that promise. However, the PC Park in Windows 10 is more important than that of Windows 7, but the latter still shows resistance, the end of its support being expected in 2020.

We can conclude that the PC fleet equipped with Windows 10 is experiencing a real stagnation and even a real slowdown in its growth. Or did Microsoft become too optimistic a few months ago by announcing to be closer to the 700 million of active PCs? What do you think? Share your opinion in the comments with the community on the site.

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