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Users Will Continue to Install Windows 7 Despite W10
Microsoft puts all hopes on Windows 10 as far as its plans to maintain its desktop domination and expand into the mobile sector are concerned, but analysts around the world are skeptical that the company would manage to convince users to switch.
Back in 2012, when Microsoft officially introduced Windows 8, most people switched to Windows 7 in order to avoid the confusion that the new OS created.
And now that Windows 10 is ready to hit the market, Windows 7 will continue to remain the number one alternative for those who aren't satisfied with the modern OS, Richard Edward, principal analyst, Enterprise Mobility & Productivity at Ovum, explains.
Microsoft must give users a reason to upgrade, he says, adding that today's press event is critical to the long-term success of the new operating system.