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Windows 8 Turns Two

revealed to be Windows 10 late last month. The company hopes to bring improvements in areas where Windows 8 failed to. Having said that, while semblances were drawn with Windows Vista, in how Windows 8 failed to attract users, these comparisons are now unfounded, with the modern platform having increased its share. Combined, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 now make up 12.26% of the desktop operating system market share, with the former sitting at 5.59%. That’s some 220 million users, by some estimates.]]>

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