The Windows 10 upgrade, as it’s now called, is a bit of a flop.
It’s got some cool features that have been designed to keep Windows 10 running on new hardware, but some users aren’t happy with how they work.
A new survey by Trend Micro, which is the world’s largest analytics company, found that nearly one-third of Windows 10 users are unhappy with how it works.
A whopping 62 percent of those surveyed said they have problems with the software.
It seems like Windows 10 isn’t helping to solve some of its biggest problems.
The survey of 1,000 Windows 10 devices was conducted on February 15.
About 1,200 people participated.
It found that roughly a quarter of those polled were dissatisfied with the upgrade, with the majority saying they’re not happy with the new operating system.
“Windows 10 on ARM and Intel is not optimized for large-scale enterprise deployment.
It is difficult for large enterprises to run large applications without compromising performance and reliability,” said the survey, which was conducted by QS Group, which runs the QS Labs software platform and works with large enterprise organizations.
The survey asked people how they would rate their experience with the upgraded Windows 10.
The majority of those who responded were dissatisfied, with 32 percent saying they are “not happy.”
That compares to 27 percent who said they are satisfied, and 14 percent who were satisfied with the original version.
Another big issue with Windows 10 is that it doesn’t have a built-in desktop client.
It has a desktop UI that is a little less user-friendly, and the desktop doesn’t come with any other apps.
For many users, the only way to get their apps is through the Internet.
The app store, however, offers a variety of applications for those looking for a good experience, like Word and PowerPoint.
The app store is an interesting example of how Microsoft is trying to make a stand on how to deliver software to consumers.
The company has had a strong grip on the app store in the past, and now has a lot of power.
It can make its own app stores and get its own apps into stores that are not in the app stores.
Microsoft is also looking to make the appstores free to use, which will give it a stronger grip on what apps are available.
In this new survey, it found that only 9 percent of respondents were satisfied about the overall performance of the upgrade.
That’s a big drop from the 25 percent who are satisfied with it in February, and it’s a similar number of people who are unhappy, the poll found.
About half of those respondents who said the upgrade wasn’t good said that they would not upgrade.
Microsoft has been trying to fix Windows 10’s problems, but it hasn’t solved them all.
While it’s been able to get the operating system to work better for enterprise users, it hasn.
It needs to get more people to upgrade.
Microsoft’s latest update, Windows 10 1607, was released on December 13.
It had some major issues.
Some users reported the update caused their computers to freeze.
And some of those problems have been fixed, but the upgrade was slow and buggy.