Windows 10 market share rare regression: Becomes Largest OS

Windows 10 has become the world's largest operating system, and one of the two PCs currently runs. Especially after Windows 7 ends technical support, 
Windows 10 market share rare regression: Becomes Largest OS

Windows 10's market share has been steadily increasing. However, in the past April, Windows 10's market share has experienced a rare regression, from rising to falling.

Windows 10 market share rare regression: Becomes Largest OS

According to the latest statistics released by NetMarketShare, in April, the Windows 10 market share dropped from 57.34% to 56.08%According to the current volume of Windows 10, this decline has been considerable.
The biggest beneficiary is macOS, whose share rose from 8.94% to 9.75% from macOSLinux's share rose from 1.36% to 2.87%, an increase of 111%, more than doubled.
Windows 10 market share rare regression: Becomes Largest OS

However, the decline in the share of Windows 10 is not the second spring of Windows 7, because Windows 7 also fell, and the share fell from 26.3% to 25.59%. It is prudent to consider that it no longer receives updates and security fixes.
Needless to say, for everyone who is still using Windows 7, Windows 10 is Microsoft's recommended upgrade option, but it’s still clear that not everyone is ready to do this.
There is no doubt that Windows 7 has become the new Windows XP, which is exactly the same as when Windows XP retired in 2014.
It is worth mentioning that after six years of retirementWindows XP still has a market share of 1.32%.
In August last year, under the circumstances that Microsoft spared no effort to promote Windows 10, Windows 10 finally ushered in its own highlight moment, and its global market share exceeded 50% for the first time.




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