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Windows 10 Launch will break the Internet

by John Bhatt


This is funny, actually very funny. Microsoft has released the biggest of all time software created by them. The latest and could be last version of Windows, Windows 10. While Microsoft has launched Windows globally in 190 countries on 29th July 2015, users are expected to face slower Internet and most of websites serving dramatically slow.

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If you are one of them, don’t surprise, It’s all caused due to Microsoft Windows 10 upgrade being launched freely over all Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 users if they choose. If user have 32 bit OS, the download size will be nearly 2.8 GB and if user is in 64 bit architecture OS download size of Upgrade, ISO of digital files will be around 3.6 GB. While Insiders have already installed this build already distributed on 15th July named as TH1 Professional Build 10240.
Akamai, Limelight Networks, Level 3, EdgeCastWithin 24 hours of Release, Microsoft has confirmed 14 millions people has already installed and using Windows 10 except Insiders. This is a largest number within 24 hours of launch. Due to very high volume of simultaneous download, many users has reported their upgrade unsuccessful and caused crash in their existing Windows 7 or Windows 8.

During this week, Internet Analysts are expecting that multiple CDNs like Akamai, Level 3, EdgeCast, Limelight Networks and many other top CDN used for Windows 10 upgrade delivery will cross bandwidth of 50 TBPs or more which might create some problems.
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