Microsoft paces delivery of Windows 10 upgrades

If Microsoft orchestrates next month’s Microsoft Windows 10 upgrade as it did 2016’s mid-year Anniversary Update refresh, it will take about three months for the latest version to reach most eligible devices.

According to advertising network AdDuplex, 60 days after the Aug. 2, 2016, introduction of Windows 10 1607 – aka Anniversary Update – just 35% of measured Windows 10 PCs were running the upgrade. By the 90-day mark, however, that number had soared to 80%, showing that Microsoft, after a purposefully slow start, had stomped on the update accelerator.

There has been no sign from Microsoft that Creators Update, the company’s label for April’s feature upgrade, will be deployed any differently.

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