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Microsoft’s drastic upgrade tactic pays off with boost to Windows 10 share

Windows 10 in May recorded its largest increase in user share since August 2015, the first full month after its launch last summer, data published Wednesday showed.

The impressive increase came after Microsoft began what will likely be its last big push to put the free Windows 10 on customers’ PCs, a campaign that started mid-May and featured a much-derided trick to get users to approve the upgrade from Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. [1]

[1] By Gregg Keizer for Computerworld

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