Windows 10 April 2018 update almost 50% of PCs installed

Windows 10 April 2018 update almost 50% of PCs installed

Windows 10 April 2018 update almost 50% of PCs installed

 

www.office.com/setup…………….As per the third party data that was released months ago, the Windows 10 version 1803, also known as April 2018 update, has been said to be the fastest spreading  Windows 10 update of all the time.Windows 10 April 2018 update

 

According to the report from AdDuplex, an advertising company almost 50% of all Windows 10 PCs  run the Microsoft’s latest version. On the other hand, AdDuplex an advertising company that collected statistics from almost 5000 Windows Store apps that runs AdDuplexSDX is counted to be the best insight about the success of the latest Windows 10 version as Microsoft always remains quiet on Windows 10 statistics.

Microsoft is getting good responses in every passing day and is getting better in every new update including Windows 10 updates.

As per the report, April 2018 update took less than a month to reach 50% mark as compared to Fall Creators Update, 2017 which took almost three months to reach 50% mark.

 

 

Moreover, 43% of Windows 10 users aren’t so far away from running the Fall Creators Update and just a click away from the upgraded Windows 10 updates.

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Overall it got clear that the huge number of Windows 10 users are running one of the latest two Windows 10 updates and should keep up with the security patches also.

 

The AdDuplex report is quite astoundingin spite of been carped by the media for the past two month Windows 10 April 2018 still manages to be a success.

 

The latest Windows 10 update was scheduled to be released in the second week of the month April but the official release got suspended till the last day of the month of April due to the lingering BSOD issues faced.

 

The media continues to criticized even after the Official release of Windows 10, users have reported several issues regarding that with Intel and Toshiba SSDs (solved now), issues on the systems with Avast installations (fix now) and the other issues of forceful updates to the latest version, which Microsoft is investigating now.———————www.office.com/setup

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