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Windows 8 growth spurt: Better late than never

Gregg Keizer | June 2, 2015
Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 now power more personal computers than the still-strong, senior-citizen Windows XP, according to the latest statistics from analytics vendor Net Applications.

The company has talked repeatedly of wanting to move as many of its current customers to Windows 10 as possible, and do that sooner rather than later. With the user base flush with devices running Windows 7 and 8/8.1 — 81.5% of the total, also a record — that goal looks more attainable than ever.


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