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    Windows 10 market share sees a slight increase as Windows 7 drops


    Microsoft has started prompting Windows 7 users with desktop notifications to move to its latest OS version, but the latest NetMarketShare figures show that Windows 7 users are not ready to move away from OS anytime soon.

    The figures last month show a minor decline in the market share of Windows 7 from 36.52% to 36.43% which shows that not many users are upgrading to Windows 10 yet.

    Microsoft has already confirmed that it will be ending support for its Windows 7 OS version in January 2020 and has already started showing the end of support upgrade notifications on Windows 7.

    In spite of all these efforts, it seems the transition from Windows 7 to Windows 10 could be a bit slower for the Redmond Giant.

    The report also revealed a slight increase in market share of Windows 10 from 43.62% to 44.10%. The market share of Windows 10 is expected to see a noticable jump in the coming months.

    Microsoft will be pushing out a new version “Windows 10 May 2019 Update” as early as next week with many new features which could prompt users to make the switch from Windows 7 to Windows 10.

    It is worth noting that Windows 10 continues to be the number one desktop platform albeit a slight gain from Windows 7. It remains to be seen if the market share of Windows 10 increases after the release of the latest feature update next week.

    Browser market share


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    It’s a well-known fact that Google Chrome is currently the number one desktop browser for many years now and it continues to rule the desktop market.

    According to the latest trends from NetMarketShare, Google Chrome for the first time in many months has seen a slight decline.

    Google Chrome’s market share dropped from 67.88 percent to 65.64 percent last month but still continues to be the preferred choice for desktop users.

    The slight decline could be the result of user’s love for Microsoft’s new Chromium Edge browser.

    The preview for Microsoft’s Chromium-based Edge browser is already out and many users have already started to use it as their main browser mostly due to the apps that already run smoothly on Windows 10.

    It remains to be seen what impact the new Chromium Edge browser will make on Google Chrome’s market share once it is released to the public on other platforms. Edge browser not only comes with a better interface than Chrome, but it also allows users to install the Chrome extensions in Edge.

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  2. Market Share May 2018


    Here are the charts from NetMarketShare and StatCounter.

    NetMarketShare suggests that W7 & W10 are flat.
    StatCounter shows a big increase for W10 increasing and corresponding decrease for W7.
    (You'll need to click several times to see it full size)

    Windows 10 market share sees a slight increase as Windows 7 drops [​IMG]


    Data from NetMarketShare
    Data from StatCounter
    Note:

    If you visit the NetMarketShare site, you'll notice that the info listed in the table does not match the data points on the graph. *Confused
     
    lehnerus2000, May 2, 2019
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  3. Windows 10 Finally Surpasses Windows 7 in Global Market Share - StatCounter

    Given the title "Windows 10 Finally Surpasses Windows 7 in Global Market Share", why is an influx of Chinese players in any way significant ?
     
    John Naylor, May 2, 2019
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  4. Windows 10 market share sees a slight increase as Windows 7 drops

    Windows 10 Finally Surpasses Windows 7 in Global Market Share - StatCounter

    According to web analytics company StatCounter, January 2018 was the year of the OS world's "flippening" - where Windows 10 finally surpassed the old, trusty Windows 7 in users' systems. According to the firm, Windows 10 in January was present in 42.78% of the worldwide desktop market share, just a hair above Windows 7's 41.86%. Windows 8.1 stands as the ugly duckling, with only 8.72 percent of the market still holding on to that OS.

    Now, granted, one analytics company does not a trend make; there are a myriad of factors that might explain discrepancies between different companies' estimates. however, the fact remains that this is the first time Windows 10 is reported to have surpassed Windows 7 in terms of pure number of live systems. Also to take into account is that even in analytics firms that don't display these results, Windows 10 is clearly gaining traction against Windows 7 - one needs only look at the trendlines for both OSes on NetMarketShare, for instance, to see that there's a clear, positive momentum for WIndows 10 when compared to Windows 7. It's only a matter of time until all firms report the same, really. Still, this news comes years later than what Microsoft had hoped for with Windows 10; adoption of the OS hasn't been quite as predicted by the company. Still, Microsoft's ongoing work on the software, clear roadmap and support efforts seem to be paying off.


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