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Windows 10 October 2018 Update is still not on 30% of PCs – and will soon be irrelevant

April 30, 2019

The Windows 10 October 2018 Update has slowed down once again in terms of the pace of its rollout.

This is according to the latest figures for April from AdDuplex, which show that the October 2018 Update is now running on 29.3% of PCs (as measured by the firm’s ads which are displayed in Microsoft Store apps, with a sample size in excess of 100,000).

Compare that to March, when the October 2018 Update was on 26.4%, and you can see that the increase in adoption didn’t quite reach 3%. From February to March, there was a 5.2% increase in adoption of the upgrade, and in January, we witnessed more of a leap of 8.8%.

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