Sunday, 1 November 2015

Microsoft Tries to push non-genuine windows users to go legal with new Windows 10


Launching a new Operating system by Microsoft is getting new buzz into the Technology, and they had its most awaiting operating system going into the air on 29 July. And as the legacy continues it has been pursuing its  designed journey towards a million downloads over the coming 2-3 years.
As the Microsoft reveals during its Windows 10 event earlier this month, windows 10 is now installed on  over approx 20 billion devices. Effectively, Win 10 has almost reached 200 million milestones in 3 months only.
And if it seems illogical, Microsoft giving extra push to legal download of their new Operating system Windows 10. Since the users of Windows 7 and Windows 8 can upgrade to Windows 10 only if they have Genuine Copy of these Windows Operating systems. and after upgrading it to in Windows 10 a system check is performed to authenticate the legal installation.
And when you check the post of official Windows blog, Terry Myerson, Executive Vice President of the Windows and devices group at Microsoft said, We observed and found that some users who are operating the "non-genuine" Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 or Pirated copies of operating systems of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 are found to upgrade in Windows 10 in very and different and creative ways. and some others of user and managed themselves to buy genuine Windows from the official windows store.
 Apart from that Microsoft having an destined target with them, by reaching over billion downloads over the next couple of years, with every user in hand and counting. The Microsoft company still need to find new and creative way too distract those non-geuine user to simply buy a legal Windows OS and count themselves into a genuine user of Windows 10.
the trials would started in the United states,  and they are planning to roll out in diffrent others Markets also. In the launching of days of windows 10, we also marked that why Microsoft should embark on such steer to push for aggressive adoption rates of its most remarked release till date.


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