Gartner analysts predicts that 50% of companies will have started installations of Windows 10 in a year.
The transition to Windows 10 is expected to take place much faster than Windows 7. Microsoft will stop offering support for Windows 7 in January 2020.
Steve Kleynhans, Research Vice President at Gartner, believes that ten million consumers will already be familiar with the new operating system before the end of the year, because of the free and automatic upgrades.
During the first half of 2016, many companies will start pilot projects to migrate to Windows 10, and then expand the installations during the latter part of the year. Gartner analysts expects that half of the companies will have started the migration in a year, with an aim to complete the migration process within two years.
Knowledge articles supports the migration to Windows 10
The Knowledge Management tool, ComAround Zero™, supports the service desk and end users with knowledge articles when migrating to Windows 10. The service desk increases their skills, and the end users get quick answers.
ComAround Zero™ is a cloud service that can be easily integrated with your existing ITSM tool for faster and more efficient support.