Microsoft says Windows 10 is on track for a record-breaking year, but not everyone can afford it

Microsoft is pushing Windows 10 to the next level by allowing all PCs to run the latest version of its operating system.

The company said in a blog post on Thursday that Windows 10 was “on track to become the most widely used OS ever.”

Microsoft has been rolling out the OS for more than two years, but it still has plenty of time to hit the mark.

On Tuesday, it posted its first quarterly profit for nearly four years.

The Redmond-based company said Windows 10 launched with 1.6 billion installed units in the first quarter, making it the most popular operating system in the world.

The previous record was Windows 8, which launched with more than 2.5 billion installed devices in the same quarter.

Microsoft said its OS accounted for more PCs in the United States than any other platform in the past three years.

Its operating system had more than 1 billion monthly active users in the U.S. in the quarter.