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AdDuplex has published its monthly report showing Microsoft continues to keep a good handle on Windows 10 fragmentation.
The Windows 10 May 2019 update has been adopted by just 6% of AdDuplex, 100,000 surveyed users, pointing to a general trend of slower update adoption for the OS.
AdDuplex's latest report puts Windows 10 October 2018 update adoption at just 6.6%, while the Surface Go is moving up the hardware rankings.
AdDuplex data suggests that the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is the most popular version just two months after its release. The adoption rate is almost double the previous Creators Update.
In its latest report, AdDuplex shows how Windows 10 Creators Update adoption is on par with the Anniversary Update. The firm also reports that Windows 10 Mobile adoption is outpacing PC.
In its latest monthly market results, AdDuplex shows the Windows 10 Anniversary Update is widely adopted and Surface devices are doing well. However, the company has stopped sampling Windows phone data.
The latest monthly statistics from AdDuplex shows that the Windows 10 Anniversary Update has reached most of the PC users, that the Surface Pro 4 is Microsoft’s most used PC device. Windows 10 Mobile continues its struggle in kind of survival mode.
Microsoft’s Universal Windows Platform has scored a couple of new apps. AdDuplex has introduced “Swiss army knife” Random Tool and “faster than Cortana” One Tap Reminder for Windows 10 users.
New statistics from AdDuplex reveal that the number of users switching to Windows 10 Mobile has increased once more, while desktop users are having second thoughts about upgrading to Windows 10 Anniversary.
AdDuplex CEO Alan Mendelevich states that many of the problems came from Microsoft's decisions surround the Windows 10 Mobile platform, and claims that their app was blacklisted from certain parts of the store.
Latest market research shows Windows 10 Mobile has grown its usage base, but Windows Phone 8.1 also continues to grow and older builds decline.
The RCE flaw is created by the way Windows handles the Adobe Type Manager library and won't see a fix until April 14.
Windows 10's new icons for Film & TV and Alarms & Clock are rolling out to all, while others have received a shiny new calculator.
Microsoft says Windows 10 1903 is ready for anyone to install - provided you don't have an Intel or Broadcom Wi-Fi adapter.
AdDuplex reports the Windows 10 October 2018 Update is on 31.3 percent of machines, with the April 2018 Update on 61%, just as the May 2019 Update rolls out.
AdDuplex's latest report puts Windows 10 October 2018 Update adoption at just 21%, making it unlikely all users will upgrade before the release of Windows 10 1903.
While Windows 10 version 1809 is making its way to users since being reintroduced, Microsoft is rolling the update out more slowly than normal.
Microsoft’s buggy and problematic Windows 10 October 2018 Update was more widespread than originally thought, potentially reaching 16 million devices.
According to AdDuplex, the Surface Go is now used by 1.24% of Surface users, a small number that is likely to grow in the coming months.
The Windows 10 April 2018 update has been adopted at double the speed of its predecessor, though it's unclear if this is due to user demand or aggressive roll-out tactics on Microsoft's part. The build continues to have significant technical issues.
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