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Desktop OS, Windows 10 exceeds Windows 7 | NetMarketShare

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Published on Jan 02, 2019

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Windows 10 has finally passed microsoft's Windows 7 market share, according to the statistics (unofficial) of NetMarketShare. The historic goal for the last Microsoft OS that was reached just last month in 2018; it took a little less than three and a half years - Windows 10 was released on the market in July 2015.

According to the latest data, and then, Windows 10 represents the 39,22% of all operating systems for desktop computers that connect to the internet (more details on methodology are here). Windows 7 comes down to 36.9 percent. Compared to the previous month, the change was remarkable: the systems were practically equal merit, with a distance of just 0.75 percentage points in favour of Windows 7 (38,89 against 38,14); this means that Windows 10 has earned in a single month to 3 per cent of the market. It is reasonable to expect that Christmas has played a significant role in all of this, with so many new computers under the tree.

In general, the Windows ecosystem remains firmly in the lead on the market, even if there is to say that concludes the end of 2018 with the lowest market shares in the year: it is all'86,20 percent, the first time in the whole year that falls below 87. The peak was reached in march, with 88,8 percent. The rest of the market is occupied mainly by the macOS, in the light growth, the 10,65 percent; and Linux is third with 2.78 per cent. Chrome OS not only continues to remain fundamentally marginal, but that is not even grown significantly. He started the year to 0.31 percent, and the ends at 0,32.Today one of the best buys in the mid-range? Huawei Mate 10 Pro, on offer today from Clicksmart 389 euro or from ePrice to € 480. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING

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