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Old 08-01-2015, 09:12 PM   #1
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We already knew Windows 10 was going to be popular. So much so that Microsoft reportedly purchased as much as 40 Tbps of bandwidth from content delivery networks (CDNs). The company was already hitting 10Tbps on July 28, when the update was only available to Insiders. Now, it seems that Windows 10 has gained even more users, with an estimated 67 million users as of 8AM this morning.

A previous blog post by Microsoft put the number of updates at 14 million in 24 hours and it seems that the rate at which users are upgrading their systems has only picked up, with a report claiming that the upgrade counter hit 67 million at 8 this morning. That's almost five times the number of upgrades compared to the first day of the launch.
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Old 08-02-2015, 10:23 AM   #2
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Wow, where are they going to store all that personal data they aquire?
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A lot of folks must have reeaaally wanted to get rid of Win-8/8.1
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Not me, I never installed it. I did go to some computer stores and play around with it, and decided I did not want it on my system.
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Same here, it was on Mrs WereBo's laptop when she bought it, some years ago, but after 1/2 a day, she wanted rid of it, even Win 3.11 would've been more preferable than Win-8 - I had a nice couple of hours upgrading her 'Tosh' to Win-7
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