When Microsoft launched Windows 10 in the summer of 2015, the company set a goal of one billion installs by 2018. A year later, however, Redmond backtracked on that forecast, admitting that it may have been a bit too optimistic out of the gate.
Over the years, Microsoft has systematically grown its Windows 10 install base. In March, the company surpassed the 800 million milestone and now, 900 million. The next stop is indeed that mythical billion user mark.