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Net Applications: Windows 10 passes 50% market share, Windows 7 falls to 30

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Net Applications: Windows 10 passes 50% market share, Windows 7 falls to 30%

"https://venturebeat.com/2019/09/01/net-applications-windows-10-windows-7-market-share/"

More than four years after its release, Windows 10 has passed 50% in market share. This means every other desktop computer is now running Microsoft’s latest and greatest operating system, according to Net Applications. In January, Windows 10 passed Windows 7 in market share. These are nice milestones for Microsoft to finally hit, even though they took longer than the company had hoped.

Windows 10 adoption started out very strong but naturally slowed as the months progressed. Microsoft was aiming for 1 billion devices running Windows 10 in two to three years but backpedaled on that goal.

Market share breakdown
Windows overall slipped 0.56 percentage points to 87.89% in August. macOS gained 0.70 points to 9.68% while Linux slipped 0.38 points to 1.72%.

Net Applications uses data captured from 160 million unique visitors each month by monitoring some 40,000 websites for its clients. This means it measures user market share.

If you prefer usage market share, you’ll want to get your data from StatCounter, which looks at 15 billion page views every month. The operating system figures for August are available here.

"https://gs.statcounter.com/os-market-share/desktop/worldwide/#monthly-201807-201908"

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