Could Windows 10 Anniversary Update boost PC sales?
Windows 10 Anniversary Update is the update designed to fix a lot of the problems most users are experiencing with the Windows 10. Seeing as the free period has come and gone, those looking to upgrade must be willing to spend $119.99 to do so.
Despite this, users are enjoying the new update since it makes Windows 10 feels like something fresh. The features here are what fans have been asking for. For the first time, Windows 10 feels like a worthy upgrade, especially for people still using Windows 7.
“The PC market continues to struggle as we wait for replacements to accelerate, along with some return of spending from phones, tablets, and other IT,” said Loren Loverde, vice president at IDC.”
Features like Windows Ink and Xbox Play Anywhere are some of the bigger selling points convincing users to move over to Windows 10. Microsoft is hoping that regular computer users and gamers alike will gravitate towards the new features and go out and purchase new Windows 10 computers.
With Intel preparing to ship its Kaby Lake processors and OEMs readying themselves to go all out with the new chip, Microsoft will no doubt capitalize on these happenings to its benefit.
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