A new survey of Windows 10 customers has found that there’s no denying that Windows 10 is a popular platform among users.
Microsoft announced last week that it had acquired the cloud service company, which has been around since 2008.
But the company’s Windows 10 rollout has been quite controversial, and the survey found that Windows users have little patience for the operating system.
The poll of over 2,000 Windows 10 Windows Insiders, who answered questions on their Windows 10 experience, found that most people are happy with their choice of platform for their system, but a large majority said that they prefer the ability to run a Windows 10 OS on their desktop, laptop or mobile device.
Most Windows 10 Insiders also had a problem with Microsoft’s new Edge browser, which allows users to use Edge while on a device without having to switch back to a traditional web browser.
A large majority of respondents were also unhappy with Microsoft not making the transition from a legacy desktop platform to a web-based one, and Microsoft’s decision to drop Edge completely.
“Microsoft has made significant progress to move from legacy to modern browsers over the past few years, but there is still a large number of legacy browsers out there for people to use,” the survey stated.
“We would like Microsoft to move away from legacy browsers by 2020, and continue to work towards making it a reality.”
The survey also found that Microsoft’s Edge browser is far from a perfect product, with the browser frequently crashing and requiring users to switch to a different web browser if it wasn’t working.
A Microsoft spokesperson told Polygon that it was not possible to measure the success of the Edge browser on Windows 10, but it has been a significant improvement from the initial preview.
“Our Edge browser team has been working on a major update that we will release next year to improve the Edge experience on Windows,” the spokesperson said.
“This will improve Edge performance, stability, security, and overall browser experience for millions of Windows users.
As we continue to improve Edge for both Windows 10 and Windows 7, we will provide more detailed and more in-depth information about Edge at a later date.”
It seems that Microsoft is also working on an Edge browser for Windows 8.1, but that it is not quite ready for the public yet.
“The Edge team is still working hard to deliver Edge for Windows RT, but will not be able to provide a preview for Windows 7 at this time,” the company said in a statement.
“As we move towards a stable, fully supported Edge experience for Windows 9 users, we expect to provide more information at a future date.”