Market Share Archive

Windows 10 April Update Share Already Hits 50%

Wow, that was fast! Microsoft has a reason to be pleased with the swift adoption of the Windows 10 April Update, with the latest version of the operating system already powering one in two PCs. That is

Windows Phone Market Share Hits Rock Bottom

The fine folks over at Kantar, a market research firm, have revealed their latest monthly mobile figures. And the Windows Phone market share numbers paint a sorry picture. Unsurprisingly. Android and iOS are currently dominating the market,

Windows 10 Market Share Went Down In February

Really? It takes an awful lot to move Windows 10 market share up or down these days, but apparently February was not that kind a month for Microsoft’s newest operating system. The company is coming off of

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Share Climbs To 85%

That’s a solid showing. Concerns over fragmentation have been real in the world of Windows lately, but if the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has shown anything, it’s that Microsoft is on the right track. Of ensuring

600 Million Active Windows 10 Devices Are Now Out There

Milestone time! Microsoft held its annual shareholders meeting today, where CEO Satya Nadella confirmed that Windows 10 were running on 600 million active deices now. This, along with putting some extra emphasis on gaming, which you can

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Off To A Hot Start

Hot stuff! The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is already installed on 20.5% of compatible PCs, the latest statistics from AdDuplex have revealed. All this, more or less, a month after rollout. This new version of the

Have Steam Users Abandoned Windows 10?

What have we here! It looks like Steam users are not all that pleased with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, as Microsoft’s newest operating system recoded a massive drop last month. The gaming platform has traditionally

Windows XP Usage On The Up, For Some Reason

As weird as it sounds, Windows XP actually managed to increase its market share in the month of October 2017. Surprising, for an operating system that launched 16 years ago. And support for which came at an

Users Replacing Edge With Chrome At A Rapid Pace

The browser wars. They’ve been quite one sided for some time now, and things probably won’t change anytime soon, as Edge continued its slow decline this past month. Meanwhile, Chrome saw another uptick as it closed in

Windows 10 Market Share Barely Increased Last Month

Despite the arrival of the Fall Creators Update, Windows 10 only increased its market share by a smidgeon last month, growing its market share by less than a single percent. More specifically, the OS went from 29.09%