Microsoft released Windows 10 at midnight. Should Windows fans not be excited and share their Windows 10 experience on Twitter right now?
Microsoft Windows 10 is finally here, but are consumers excited?
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The reviews are positive and the sentiment is a clear message that this is not a Windows 8.
Windows 10 is a new era for Microsoft. It is the future. Windows 10 will finally be a unified operating system across all devices.
Still. Twitter users are not excited.
The only way Microsoft trends on Twitter is with the promoted hashtag #UpgradeYourWorld.
Windows 10 appears to be nothing to stay up for. Microsoft says that there are millions that have reserved Windows 10.
It is just not exciting enough to keep consumers awake. The positive aspect of this is that there is also nothing bad going on with the Windows 10 upgrade.
If servers were down or a major bug crashing people's PCs, Twitter would be full of negative Tweets.
#Windows10 is trending in European countries including Germany and the United Kingdom.
It is the morning there. We might see the same thing in the morning in the US.
It is morning on the East Coast and indeed now #Windows10 is also trending in top 10 in the United States.
Microsoft started to roll out Windows 10 at midnight ET. The Windows 10 update is first available for the 5 million Windows Insiders. They earned the early serving with beta-testing Windows 10.
The first Windows 10 reviews are positive, but there are bugs. Some reviewers suggest waiting until the day one patch fixes a slew of bugs.
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There is a way to force Windows 10 upgrade now for those who do not want to wait.