Windows 10 is on more than 900 million devices, Microsoft says

The number of installations has grown from 800 million in March.

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Windows 10 has hit a new milestone.

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Windows 10 is now on more than 900 million devices, Microsoft said Tuesday. The company added more new Windows 10 devices over the last year than it ever has before, according to a tweet from Yusuf Mehdi, corporate vice president of the Modern Life, Search and Devices group at Microsoft.

"From PCs to HoloLens to Xbox to Surface Hub , Windows continues to power innovation -- with more to come next week!" Mehdi added.

Windows 10 has seen notable growth in recent months. In March, Microsoft said it had been installed on more than 800 million devices, which was up from 700 million devices in September 2018.