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A year on from the release of Windows 10 most businesses are still reluctant to adopt the OS, according to research by solutions and managed services company Softchoice.

Based on an evaluation of more than 400,000 Windows-based computing devices between January and May this year, across 169 organizations in the US and Canada using the TechCheck asset management solution, the study reveals less than one percent were running Windows 10.

It finds the vast majority of North American businesses adopted Windows 7 as the corporate platform-of-choice since moving away from Windows XP, and have yet to move in significant quantities to newer versions Windows 8 or 10.
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The findings show that 91 percent of machines were running on Windows 7 (an increase of 18 percent over the same period in 2015).

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Uhhh, this is news how? Businesses are ALWAYS reluctant to move to a new OS. Why fix what isn't broken? When I was working at a major WISP & ISP's Datacenter they were just migrating to Windows 7 nationwide... in 2012-2013...from XP. Even when I left later on in 2013 they were still tons of machines still on XP. I'm talking at least 1,000 pc's left.

Windows 10 just turned a year old.
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Uhhh, this is news how? Businesses are ALWAYS reluctant to move to a new OS. Why fix what isn't broken? When I was working at a major WISP & ISP's Datacenter they were just migrating to Windows 7 nationwide... in 2012-2013...from XP.

The OS just turned a year old.

Seriously. +1

Rolling out a brand new OS is a logistical nightmare for a company. You know those little updates that can bork something important on your system (like acrobat stops working, etc.)? Now multiply that by a thousand fold. Now imagine it's a whole new OS.

Just to give you an example. The back end web access for the major company I'm in just this year switched from only supporting IE7 for access to IE10. This is a multinational mega corp mind you.
Edited by axiumone - 8/13/16 at 5:03pm
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This is news... to Microsoft:
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As we prepare for the adoption of new devices within our enterprise customer base, we’re excited that we’re seeing the fastest ever adoption of Windows 10, with more than 76% of our enterprise customers in active pilots and over 22 million devices running Windows 10 across enterprise and education customers. Windows 10 was designed as an in-place upgrade for our enterprise customers, and we are excited about an incredible line-up of Windows 10 devices from our partners.

https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2016/01/15/windows-10-embracing-silicon-innovation/


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Enterprise customers are moving to Windows 10 faster than any version of Windows.

https://blogs.windows.com/business/2016/08/11/updates-to-silicon-support-policy-for-windows/
 
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Uhhh, this is news how? Businesses are ALWAYS reluctant to move to a new OS. Why fix what isn't broken? When I was working at a major WISP & ISP's Datacenter they were just migrating to Windows 7 nationwide... in 2012-2013...from XP. Even when I left later on in 2013 they were still tons of machines still on XP. I'm talking at least 1,000 pc's left.

Windows 10 just turned a year old.

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Seriously. +1

Rolling out a brand new OS is a logistical nightmare for a company. You know those little updates that can bork something important on your system (like acrobat stops working, etc.)? Now multiply that by a thousand fold. Now imagine it's a whole new OS.

Just to give you an example. The back end web access for the major company I'm in just this year switched from only supporting IE7 for access to IE10. This is a multinational mega corp mind you.

You guys don't manage your own patches for each OS? That's really basic stuff.
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Duh.

Most of them just now moved to Win7 in the last year or two, why in the world would they even look at another OS for another 5 years? Did no one pay attention with the whole XP thing? This isn't news at all, this is another "Hur dur, Win10 sux" thread.
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Duh.

Most of them just now moved to Win7 in the last year or two, why in the world would they even look at another OS for another 5 years? Did no one pay attention with the whole XP thing? This isn't news at all, this is another "Hur dur, Win10 sux" thread.

Tell that to Microsoft.
 
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You guys don't manage your own patches for each OS? That's really basic stuff.

There is a key difference between rolling out a complety new OS to literally thousands of pc's nationwide and managing patches on said OS. wink.gif The biggest hold up was proprietary / in house software that was stable on the current OS and functioning as needed. Why disrupt it and potentially cost the company millions? The amount of risk and QA needed to roll to a new OS is extremely costly both in time and money. Let alone retraining for employees (let's face it, many major companies don't exactly have the brightest of people when it comes to technology).

There has to be an extremely good reason to upgrade and I can't think of one in my head that would justify moving to a OS that just turned one. Especially one which has received such negative feedback in the minds of the public. The amount of backlash I heard from end users I had to migrate from XP to 7 was ridiculous, I can't even imagine what type of rage moving to 10 would entail for the average joe at generic company inc.
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There is no way businesses anywhere are going to en mass move to Windows Candy Crush Ad Edition. Unlike MS they're not stupid enough. MS have taken control away from users in Windows, served them with first class spyware and constantly removed features they originally promised and changed the OS (malware wrapped in an OS layer) every single beta release.

 

Then, to make matters even more hilarious the EULA says that anything created with Windows belongs to MS. It must be shocking to MS as to why the majority of the world are sticking with 7 (I am using 8.1 personally but will upgrade to 7 due to secure boot lolfail) and businesses refuse to downgrade to this debacle. As we saw with Server 2012, nobody downgraded to a touch screen (that can only manage to multi task two mobile apps - who doesn't want mobile apps on their servers with hundreds of gigs of RAM) interface and MS (MStupidity at that time) were forced to release R2, removing all that nonsense.

 

Now MS don't even allow their so called Enterprise edition (Windows Candy Crush Ad Edition) to pick and choose updates, has made disabling Cortana pretty hard (I had to use two mice), and has simply taken control away from the (corporate) user. If you guys think these people who manage thousands of machines are going to hand over the stability of their systems to the good will of the fools that run MS you guys are deluded.

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There has to be an extremely good reason to upgrade and I can't think of one in my head that would justify moving to a OS that just turned one. Especially one which has received such negative feedback in the minds of the public. The amount of backlash I heard from end users I had to migrate from XP to 7 was ridiculous, I can't even imagine what type of rage moving to 10 would entail for the average joe at generic company inc.

My company is already in the process of deciding what needs to be re-written to support Windows 10, this is much faster than XP to 7 where we waited until XP was out of support before figuring out how to run on 7.

I think other business will also be faster switching to 10 than they were switching to 7. So many business or IT departments started with XP as the first "standard" OS so their first OS upgrade caught everyone by surprise. Now we at least understand that OS upgrades do happen and we need to plan (and budget) for them.

Too many end users learned how to use a computer with XP, now they have had to switch OSes at least once. The change from 7 to 10 is less significant than XP to 7 as well. I think XP was a special case as the first OS that wasn't totally obsolete by the time the next one was available.
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