By Ed Bott for The Ed Bott Report | | Topic: Windows After hitting the snooze button for the past two years, Windows 7 users worldwide finally woke up in January to the reality that Microsoft was about to stop delivering security updates to their PCs. The result? A sharp spike in upgrades to Windows 10. Usage statistics from the United States Government Digital Analytics Program DAP show that traffic from PCs running Windows 7 dropped by roughly 4.2% in January, from 18.9% to 15.7%, while the...

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