Microsoft may be preparing for the release of the 20H2 version or the October 2020 Update, but apparently things are going well with the availability of Windows 10 in the 2004 version, also known as the May 2020 Update.
The adoption of the 2004 version does not increase either statistical data gave AdDuplex prove it as the company reports almost 3 in 10 computers running Windows 10 are running the May 2020 Update.
Specifically, the 2004 version of Windows 10 is currently installed on 33,7% of all computers running the Microsoft operating system, and the 1909 version of Windows 10, or the November 2019 Update, is still the first of its kind. 34,5% of consumers.
The Windows 10 May 2019 Update, or version 1903, still comes third in the charts, but seems to be losing ground as more and more devices are updated in the latest releases. The market share of the 1903 version is at 25,7% and will probably continue to decline in the coming months.
Windows Insiders are a significant part of Windows 10 users, as their devices account for 0,7% of the Windows 10 ecosystem.
Microsoft recently announced that the 20H2 version of Windows 10 is nearing completion, even offering the final version to users who are registered with Windows Insider.
If all goes well, the Windows 10 October 2020 Update should be released in a few weeks.