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Revealed: How many of you have actually upgraded to Windows 10?

Microsoft’s latest operating system may be popular, but is it a hit with our readers?

The results are in: the majority of TrustedReviews readers aren’t using Windows 10 yet – and they may never will.

We surveyed over 10,000 of you to find out how many users have already made the switch to Microsoft’s latest operating system.

But a staggering 67% of you said no, while just 33% had admitted to upgrading to Windows 10.

The poll, which went live on December 7, 2015, has had exactly 10,623 respondents to date.

Check out the poll below:

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Windows 10 was first unveiled in October 2014, and finally released to consumers on July 29, with a wider release to volume licensing on August 1 last year.

Regarding its uptake, Microsoft offers the following statement:

“More than 200 million devices are running Windows 10 in 192 countries across the world. That’s nearly every country on the planet.”

According to the software giant, the goal is to reach one billion Windows 10 devices by 2018.

Have you upgraded to Windows 10? Tell us why – or why not – in the comments below.

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