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As per the latest numbers from AdDuplex, more than 90% of Windows 10 users are now running Fall Creators Update. This comes in time as Microsoft plans to release the next big update for Windows 10.

While the upcoming update for Windows 10 is still unnamed, Microsoft managed to get more than 90% of the Windows 10 users on Fall Creators Update. This is followed by 4.3% of the users running Creators Update. There are rumors that Build 17133 which was released to Fast Ring Insiders recently will be the final build for RTM.

AdDuplex also shared the Global PC manufacturer shares and HP is leading the race with 26% followed by Dell which is at 17%. However, the number changes when we look at Fall Creators Update installation by OEMs. Here, Toshiba, MSI, and Medion have topped the chart at Lenovo sits at the bottom.

Nevertheless, these numbers look promising and we could expect the same from the upcoming version of Windows 10.

Source: AdDuplex; Via: Ars Technica

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