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PC sales are falling faster than expected and it’s all Windows 10’s fault

PC sales are falling faster than expected and its all Windows 10s fault

PC sales are declining faster than first thought and Microsoft’s controversial Windows 10 free upgrade programme is to blame.

That’s according to forecasts by analyst outfit IDC, which claims that PC shipments will fall by 7.3 per cent year on year, around with growth in the market now forecast at two per cent below its earlier predictions for 2016.

IDC lays the blame for this decline on challenging markets and the free rollout of upgrades to Windows 10 from earlier versions of Microsoft’s software. This clearly goes against HP’s 2015 claim that Windows 10 will ‘inspire’ users to buy a new PC.

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