A little over four weeks ago, Microsoft began pushing out the first of two major feature updates to Windows 10 scheduled to arrive this year, which is required if you want take advantage of a new graphics setting that could potentially improve your gaming performance. Be that as it may, the May 2020 Update has been slow to find an audience—only around seven out of 100 Windows 10 users have applied (or been able to apply) the update, according to data collected by AdDuplex.

That figure is based on data from around 5,000 Windows Store apps and represents nearly 150,000 Windows 10 PCs. So it is not exactly all-encompassing, though likely in the neighborhood of whatever the actual figure is, which Microsoft has not shared. It’s also current as of June 29, 2020 (two days ago).

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