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    Windows 10 now active on over 200 million devices

    How the numbers are counted has now changed...

    http://winsupersite.com/windows-10/m...evices-monthly

    This bullet point caught my attention...

    When comparing Windows 10 to Windows 8 there was a 4.5 time increase in revenue per device from the Store.

    I mentioned in a previous thread that IMO, the "push" to upgrade has a lot to do with UWP (Universal Windows Platform) and Store apps.

    http://windowssecrets.com/forums/sho...pace-next-year
    Last edited by jwoods; 2016-01-05 at 01:32. Reason: Added link to previous thread on Store revenue.

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    Holy cow. Do you realize how many Windows Error Log entries that is? I'm guessing two or three trillion.

    Seriously, have you guys LOOKED at your error logs lately?

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    Hi bobdog! Are you talking about the event viewer or the Reliability Monitor? I check my Reliability Monitor daily.
    Some times I take it serious. Other times I just brush if off.

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    Not now! I'm busy buying bridges in Brooklyn.

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    A good reason to get into the guts of Windows 10 and disable some or all of it's telemetric processes.
    You could be getting a good portion of your WU from other users, and maybe sending a portion of your telemetric data
    to other users in the future.

    Reliability Monitor? I thought that was supposed to be the responsibility of us, the users.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CLiNT View Post
    A good reason to get into the guts of Windows 10 and disable some or all of it's telemetric processes.
    You could be getting a good portion of your WU from other users, and maybe sending a portion of your telemetric data
    to other users in the future.

    Reliability Monitor? I thought that was supposed to be the responsibility of us, the users.
    Hi! Been around a long time and it's still on W10! Just another tool that might or might not help a user with issues!
    http://www.howtogeek.com/166911/reli...u-arent-using/

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    Soon there may be as many Windows 10 users as there are on Windows XP

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