A Windows user has got around Microsoft's latest effort to force users of older Windows versions to upgrade to Windows 10.
Figures released by Microsoft show that Windows 10 installed base has fallen since December 2016 while the share enjoyed by Windows 7 has risen.
A new study commissioned by Microsoft and carried out by Forrester Research claims that deploying Windows 10 in a hypothetical organisation will lead to savings of US$515 per worker, an increase of 28% over the US$403 estimated in mid-2016.
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