Over 5 million hours of Xbox One game content streamed on Windows 10 since July 2015

According to Microsoft, gamers have streamed over 5 million hours of Xbox One game content to Windows 10 PCs, since the launch of the operating system in July. In fact, Fallout 4 has been streamed the most (in November). The company also revealed other stats about Windows 10 and Xbox gaming, as the company touts impressive Xbox sales performance during Black Friday 2015.

November 2015 marks the first time Windows 10 has exceeded Windows 8 in terms of gaming. More gamers are using Windows 10 as their PC gaming platform, with nearly 30 percent of Steam players utilizing Microsoft’s latest operating system for all their gaming needs. Here’s a breakdown of the stats:

  • In November, hours spent gaming on Windows 10 exceeded Windows 8 for the first time ever.
  • Since Windows 10 launched in July, gamers have streamed over 5 million hours of Xbox One game content to Windows 10 PCs with Fallout 4 streamed the most frequently in November.
  • Last month, nearly 30 percent of all Steam players played on Windows 10; there were six times more gamers playing Steam on Windows 10 than OSX and Linux combined.
  • Nearly 20 percent of all non-mobile devices are now running on Windows 10 — roughly double from just 3 months ago.

Do you game on Windows 10? Have you streamed game content from your Xbox One to your Windows 10 PC? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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