It’s pretty clear that Windows 10 has become a huge hit, and Microsoft’s servers have been going crazy with the amount of traffic hitting their systems. Users were very anxious to download the latest bits as soon as they became available. On Thursday, Microsoft released updated stats about the first 24 hours, and shows that millions of users downloaded Windows 10.
Windows 10 has become an amazing success for Microsoft just within the first 24 hours. Microsoft announced that it had over 14 million installations in the first 24 hours, and that is quite remarkable. This amount of user feedback and installations makes Windows 10 a run-away hit, and something that Microsoft has stated they are very proud of for users around the globe.
Windows 10 Upgrades
In their first post since the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft is letting users know the updates around the upgrade process for Windows 10. Many users were very anxious to start downloading it, but were frustrated with the upgrade cycle. Microsoft has launched the initial upgrades to the Windows Insiders, and is rolling it out to the people with reservations on the upgrade.
Microsoft is working 24×7 to get users the latest upgrades to Windows 10, and prioritizing the quality of the upgrade over anything else in the company at the current time. They are expecting the next days and weeks to be exciting, and to give users Windows 10 as quick as they can. Users can use the get Windows 10 app on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 to track the overall upgrade process.
With the amount of users downloading and upgrading to Windows 10, Microsoft realizes that support is a top thing to give to users, and they are doing that in a great way. They are expanding their answer desk to give one-on-one technical support, and allow users to schedule appointments, answer questions, and give users the kind of upgrade experience that they deserve with Windows 10.
Microsoft is additionally working with retailers and their own Microsoft Stores to give users support options. Microsoft is expanding the roles with retailers to help users migrate data and systems for them. In the Microsoft Stores, Microsoft is offering additional Answer Desk support, and has experts standing by to help them. Either way, it is a good time to upgrade now if you can.
Windows 10 is live and amazing. I got it last night, and love it 24/7.