Computer software maker Dell announced that it has been acquired by Chinese tech giant Lenovo.
The company’s stock, which has lost nearly half its value since March, has been trading at a record low.
It’s been just over a month since Microsoft released Windows 10 on October 29.
Since then, Microsoft has introduced new features and updates to Windows 10.
But it has not delivered the promised overhauls that many have hoped for.
“We want to make sure we’re delivering on our promises,” CEO Satya Nadella told investors at a conference on Tuesday.
“And if we can, we will do it.”
Dell, which is a division of the chip maker Broadcom, was acquired by Lenovo in March for $1.4 billion.
It’s the latest acquisition by Chinese technology giant Lenovo, which had been focused on building its own PC operating system.
The purchase gives Lenovo a foothold in a market that Microsoft has largely neglected.
Microsoft has said that Windows 10 will be the best version of Windows ever, with features like the ability to access and sync data from a wide variety of cloud services, to allow people to keep their documents and other digital content.
It is expected to be the biggest software update since Windows 7, when Microsoft released the operating system in 2007.
Lenovo is the largest manufacturer of consumer PCs, and is known for its computer servers.
It had already been buying up other companies to build a computer operating system for China, which Microsoft is now targeting.
Lenovo’s stock has been plunging this year as it struggles to regain investor confidence.