Adoption of Windows 10? US data suggests it is slowing, Windows 10 adoption rate 2016
Netmarketshare believes that Windows 10 was flat in April to 14.35%, despite the decline in Windows 7 and 8. The figures from StatCounter, however, reflect another trend with adoption of Windows 10 which continues at 17.9% global.
Windows 10 Users: In late March, Microsoft claimed 270 million active users on Windows 10 and the fastest pace of adoption by a registered version of Windows. To achieve its goal of one billion devices with 2018, the publisher must keep pace.
Windows 10’s PC market share rose in April 2016, Windows 7 drops below 50%
But he was so in April? Nothing is less sure if it relates to the measurement figures Netmarketshare. Between March and April, Windows 10 only increased by 0.20 points to 14.35% – 1.33 points against the previous month.
The decline of Windows 7 is not available to Windows 10
To recall, the update is free for a post Windows 7 or Windows 8 / 8.1. Now, between March and April, the share of visits for these two systems has decreased to 48.79% and 9.16% respectively. This decrease did Does it not seem made for the benefit of Windows 10.
At least that is what suggests the numbers Netmarketshare. StatCounter side (which measures page views), the trend is different, however. This saves a good progression of Windows in April.
Windows 10 in April represented 17.9% of page views, against 16.53% in March. It’s 1.37 point earned on a month – certainly a little less between March and February (1.67 points). StatCounter and observed at the same time a decline of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. Windows 10 adoption rate 2016
The next big event for Microsoft and users of its platform is set for this summer with the launch of the update Redstone 1 or “Anniversary Update” – which will correspond to the first anniversary of Windows 10.
Windows 10 adoption rate 2016? In April, the publisher released the roadmap developments for Windows 10 Company . For to pass a course in terms of adoption and generate revenue (direct, that is to say, licenses) through its OS, the Redmond should encourage migration of these customers. However, analysts believe that the first substantial deployments will not begin until the end of the year and in 2017.