You've already read the Windows 7 review, you've already swotted up on the first Windows 7 PCs, and may have already received your copy through the post. But what you really want are some Windows 7 stats.
At Windows 7's UK launch event yesterday, news was thin on the ground, but facts and figures came thick and fast. So, here goes.
- 8 million: Number of people who tested official pre-release versions of Windows 7
- 7 million: Number of people who got their hands on pre-release versions of Windows 7 via unofficial channels
- 66: Number of Windows 7 upgrade scenarios - i.e Vista Home Premium to Windows 7 Ultimate (according to a question from the floor)
- 14: Number of smooth Windows 7 upgrade scenarios
- 95%: Windows' share of the consumer operating system market in the UK, according to Microsoft's Ashley Highfield
- 57%: Percentage of enterprises planning to upgrade their operating systems in the next 18 months, according to Forrester
- 14 million: Number of PC sales expected in the UK next year
- 60%: Percentage of UK households with more than two PCs
See our full coverage of Windows 7