Evans Data: 645% growth in developers adopting Windows 10 in the last 6 months

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Windows 10 adoption by developers up 645% in the last 6 months according to Evans Data Research and eWeek: http://www.eweek.com/developer/windows-10-developer-adoption-soars-to-1.3m-survey.html. Evans Data reports that the number of developers using Windows 10 has increased going from 198,000 in the late spring of this year to over 1.4 million today. The number of developers targeting Windows 10 "currently stands at over 3.7 million, according to the market research firm's study" according to the eWeek article.

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