Microsoft Windows 7 powers 1 out of every 10 business computers

One year after the release and Windows 7 is running on only one out of every 10 business computers according to a new Forrester Research poll. That works out to just over 240 million Windows 7 license sold in the US, Canada, Europe and the UK. The polls also indicates that 75% of all business systems are still running Microsoft Windows XP.

Only 10% of the business market for Windows 7, Windows XP has the rest

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