Lately, many users of Windows 10 do not seem to be particularly pleased.
The Fixed fix updates which do not fix, the release of a functional that deletes files, but also the different use of Windows Update, have made too many users to review their view of WindowWorks 7 Window.
Very dart for more experimentation
Windows 10 continues to be advertised and promoted by Microsoft as the best ever. With the help of telemetry, the company creates and develops the future of a functional and a cloud-facing world while the computer continues to work by the end user. The idea is amazing, perhaps not very innovative, but it really excites, especially in Microsoft ads that show it in its ideal form.
But Windows as a service so heavily advertised does not seem to satisfy everyone, especially those who have gone through the experimentation phase and want a stable system to work with.
I will not compare Linux distributions using a rolling notification system, because although they look like, philosophy is completely different.
But I could look back in a functional one developed by the same company:
Windows 7: the data
Windows 10 celebrated their third anniversary in July, but despite the aggressive promotion used by Microsoft at times, Window 7 continues to be the world's leading operating system.
This shows its statistics NetMarketShare, which proves that Window 7 remains a strong opponent, despite the fact that it approached the operating support end.
Meanwhile Wind Winds 10 are constantly developing with two major updates of features that are released every year. So normally Windows friends have a very good incentive to install Windows 10 since it is a version that offers new features twice a year.
According to Microsoft, this strategy works. Every month, more and more systems are updated to the latest version of Windows 10, and previous releases are being abandoned.
The following data shows how many Windows 10 installed in the last 12 months (until July 2018). Windows 10 April 2018 Update seems to be in the top three months only after its release.
In July, the April 2018 Update version was installed on 68% of Windows Window 10 computers, while Fall Creators Update is second with 18%. Only 14% of devices still use an earlier update of Window 10.
These numbers indicate that Microsoft's strategy works and that WindUws 10 users usually update their computers very quickly. But there are also those who prefer an older version of the operating system.
The chart below from the NetMarketShare data shows that the biggest Windows 10 headache is not currently Linux or macOS, but an operating system from 2009.
Windows 7 has survived Windows 10 traffic despite Microsoft's aggressive practices, and although the company has repeatedly told us that no one will be able to receive security updates after January 2020.
Judging from the data, Wind Winds 10 increases their market share when users lose WindUws 7, and when Windows 7 drops, Windows 10 earns the numbers. This indicates that some users moved from one version to another in a rather short period.
The other look
Windows updates were fine before Windows 10. Fast, easy, and customizable. Then came the progress and development in the name of a rolling version available as a service. So today Microsoft is trying to improve its new system which is far ahead of innovation and new features, to achieve the stability that Windows 7 continues to have.
Finally, does the development step go only forward or should it go a little way back?