Increase adoption of Windows 7 despite Microsoft's Success Story

The adoption of the Windows 10 operating system increases according to Microsoft, especially because the company is trying it in many ways, basically pushing users of older operating systems (Windows 7 and 8.1) to upgrade.

But this is not exactly what Microsoft presents… If you consider that the free upgrade offer for Windows 7 and 8,1 users expires in less than 30 days, you would probably expect an increase in Windows 10 upgrades, especially these days.

Well the problem is (for Microsoft) it is that Windows 7 shows signs of recovery. The operating system released by 2009, reaching 49 percent of market share is once again directed to 50 percent.Windows 7

The data comes from third market researchers on Net Applications which places Windows 7 in the leadership of the desktop. So the chart with the operating systems for June of 2016, their market share reaches 49,05 percent, while Windows 10 is followed by 19,14 percent.

To be fair, there has been a significant increase in the adoption of Windows 10 since last month, since 17,43 percent went to 19,14 percent in a month but still is far from the 49,05 percent of Windows 7.

Here, let's mention that Windows 7 also improved its share, since a 48,57 percent in May reached 49.05 per cent in June. This is the second increase seen in its Windows 7 market share, following the decline of 57 percent in July 2015 when XYNUMX was officially released.

Believe it or not, Windows XP is still the third most popular operating system option with a share that reaches 9,78 percent, from a 10,09 percent that was one month ago. This is the first time Windows XP drops below the 10 percent limit, but it is clear that upgrades from the Windows XP operating system are at turtle rhythms.june 2016

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