Microsoft has updated its Windows 10 figures, saying there are now more than 800 million devices running the operating system.

This is about 100 million more than the company announced last August, when it said it hit its 700 million devices milestone.

The company still has a way to go before ultimately reaching its 1 billion Windows 10 devices goal, however.

Microsoft had set the 1 billion device goal back when it launched Windows 10; the company had originally said it expected to hit the milestone within three years of launch, but the eventual termination of its smartphone efforts made that time frame unrealistic.

Regardless, the company has seen solid growth related to Windows 10 and there are no signs of that changing.

On its “By the Numbers” site, Microsoft revealed that there are now more than 800 million devices running Windows 10.

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