It has been nearly two weeks since the release of Windows 10, and it looks like the install count for the OS has nearly doubled since we last checked, now running on more than 50 million devices globally.
According to sources from WinBeta, there are now over 50 million users globally that are running Windows 10. While this may seem like a lofty number, it pales in comparison when compared to Microsoft's goal of a billion units running Windows 10 over the next two to three years. Although a billion units is admirable, it is certainly not an ambitious number for Microsoft.
Windows 10 is currently available as a free upgrade for those running Windows 7, 8 and 8.1. In order to receive the update you must reserve your copy, as the promotion will only be available for the first year. If you have not had the time to check it out Microsoft's latest OS, I suggest taking a look at our Windows 10 review.