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Microsoft hits its goal of 1 billion devices running Windows 10

Windows 10 is now powering over 1 billion monthly active devices, the Windows maker announced today. A little over a month ago, the company's Italian website was showing this milestone, however, the company continued to insist its "official" number was 900 million monthly active devices. This changes today as Microsoft is officially celebrating hitting the 1 billion mark.

"Today we’re delighted to announce that over one billion people have chosen Windows 10 across 200 countries resulting in more than one billion active Windows 10 devices," the Redmond software maker wrote. "We are humbled that customers are choosing and loving Windows 10, and there has never been a more important time for a secure, reliable platform that can empower people to create, educate and communicate wherever they are."

Microsoft used to release a new version of Windows every three years. Now it releases a major Windows 10 update twice a year, tried and tested by 17.8 million Windows Insiders.That’s possible because Windows 10 is developed as a service, meaning it receives new features on a regular basis. Microsoft has released eight major updates so far: November Update, Anniversary Update, Creators Update, Fall Creators Update, April 2018 Update, October 2018 Update, May 2019 Update, and November 2019 Update.

"As companies transition from Windows 7 to Windows 10, they are making a commitment to running their business more efficiently, more securely, and positioning themselves to offer better products, services and solutions to their customers," Microsoft says. Microsoft is about to push out another major update to Windows 10 (20H1). Of interest to gamers, the upcoming update will add a GPU temp monitor in the Task Manager and a frames per second counter in the Xbox Game Bar. Finally, to enjoy all the features in the game, players can Buy Windows 10 Home Product Key from z2u.com at a reasonable price.