Windows 11 is well on its way to success. In a new official blog post, Microsoft spoke about the debut of its operating system and upcoming plans and changes in 2022. The manufacturer said its new operating system will motivate the crowd as users spend 40% more time on their Windows 11 PCs. compared to Windows 10.
This Wednesday, January 26, 2022, Microsoft released a new official blog post. In this release, Panos Panay, Windows Product Manager, took the opportunity to provide an update on the early stages of Windows 11 and the upcoming changes in 2022. The supervisor will return as well the rise of teleworking, “a trend that is reflected in the way people use Windows ”. He points out that in the last two years of the pandemic, the number of people using communications and collaboration applications such as Cisco WebEx, Slack, Microsoft Teams and Zoom has increased sixfold.
Streaming and gaming also increased exponentially during this time 70% increase in content consumption for Hulu, YouTube and Netflix From PC. In addition, the number of telephone counseling has tripled, while the practice of click and collect (buy online, collect from the store) has increased by more than 500% in two years!
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Windows 11 mobilizes much more than Windows 10
Not surprisingly, Microsoft announces that the PC market has experienced the strongest growth in the last ten years. In 2021, more than 340 million PCs have been sold, an increase of 27% compared to 2019. Windows has 1.4 billion active devices worldwide, where the total time spent in Windows is 10% higher than before the pandemic.
As for Windows 11, Redmond will keep its operating system “a catalyst for commitment and growth. ” To illustrate, the company explains it There are twice as many users who accepted the free upgrade to Win 11 as there were to Windows 10. Therefore, the adoption rate is much higher. According to Microsoft, the operating system also creates more engagement than its predecessor. Indeed, users spend 40% more time on their computer in Windows 11 than in Windows 10, according to information collected by the company.
As a reminder, Microsoft also announced through this blog post the arrival of a new update for Windows 11 in February 2022. It specifically includes a public beta for Android app support. So all users can try this long-awaited feature.