"Windows 10 is off to the fastest adoption of any release ever," said Terry Myerson, executive vice president for Microsoft's Windows and Devices Group.
The company also announced that it will be releasing Windows 10 Anniversary Update this summer for all Windows 10 users free of charge.
I am 'smoke testing Win 10 Insider Preview Evaluation copy, build 14295.rs1_160 318-1628
I find no problems with it thus far.
It is stable and solid.
Windows has come a long way since dos 3.0 when i first came on board.
I have a fond memory of using each and every Windows release ever since the days of Dos.
They claim "it has no back doors" and few hackers these days are interested in Windows 98.
And the older machines have safe mother boards with no inside keys to back doors.
Including the 2X optical drives in them.
Or so I am told...