Just 24 hours after releasing the Windows 10 free upgrade, Microsoft has announced that adoption has been great, with over 14 million devices already running the software.
Further, the company notes that it is rolling out Windows 10 to users of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 in phases in order to ensure a great upgrade experience for users.
Windows 10 has received high praise from initial reviewers and users, possibly contributing to the enthusiastic adoption of the latest OS from Microsoft.
Not everyone who has registered for the Windows 10 upgrade has received it yet, and the company said the best way to know when to upgrade is to keep an eye on the little notification icon in the system tray.
Further, users can also clean install Windows 10 on their systems by downloading the ISO from the Microsoft website and using their Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 product key to activate the software.