Which Operating System is Most Popular as of June?
The latest global market share data reveals Microsoft’s irrepressible leadership, while growing within the company itself is very low. While Windows 10 managed to increase the global market share slightly, it can be seen that Windows XP and Windows 7 users have switched to Windows 8.1.
Technology giant Microsoft is the global market leader with its operating system Windows. It seems very difficult for other operating systems to defeat Microsoft, but it is hard to say that the situation is good for Microsoft. This is because the latest data released. Recent data, shared by a company known as NetMarketShare, which produces reports with data from real users, reveals that Windows 10 is the leader in the global market, but this leadership is barely increased. According to the released May data, Windows 10, which has 45.73 percent of the global market, raised this value to only 45.79 in June.
The published data reveals the decline in the market share of Windows 7 and Windows XP, which Microsoft has ceased to support. Although Windows 7 is still used on 3 out of every ten computers, Microsoft’s support interruption seems to have directed users to Windows 8.1. This is due to the fact that Windows 8.1 had a share of 3.97 percent in May, while it rose to 4.51 percent in June. Windows XP continues to lose users very quickly. Accordingly, the market share rate of Windows XP is only 1.81 percent.