Some 14m computers upgraded to Windows 10, Microsoft’s newest operating system, after it was released on Wednesday 29 July.
Microsoft has described the demand for Windows 10 as “unprecedented” and said it is doing everything in its power to keep up with demand.
The company is targeting 1.5bn machines to install Windows 10 in the next three years.
Microsoft said that it is working 24-7 to continue the upgrade process and pointed out that if users don’t get an upgrade notification in their system tray they can still use the Get Windows 10 app on their Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 PC to reserve a free upgrade.
Windows 10’s global rollout
Windows 10 went live on Wednesday 29 July and is available for free in 190 countries worldwide.
The company has in recent days released a number of patches to fix Windows 10 bugs.
Microsoft has been holding launch events in cities all over the world, including Sydney, Nairobi, London and New York.
Part of the launch included an #UpgradeYourWorld social media campaign to enable people to vote for organisations to be Microsoft’s 10th global non-profit partner by tagging their favourite organisation and using #vote and #UpgradeYourWorld on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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