Despite Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 Fall Creators Update in phases, the adoption rate appears to be better than any previous edition of the operating system. The report from AdDuplex claims that Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is installed on 3 out of 4 PCs in use.
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update rollout has been completed, everyone with a supported device should be able to download the operating system. It’s worth noting that the statistics provided by AdDuplex is based on a data collected from around 5,000 Windows Store apps.
The transition to the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is impressive as the operating system now has a market share of 74.3 percent, while the Creators Update is now on the second spot with just 17.2 percent share. AdDuplex says that 3 out of 4 PCs in use are running the latest Windows 10 version 1709.
As Microsoft has improved the Windows update system, the transition to the new version is happening at an impressive pace. The Anniversary Update users are upgrading their PCs to the latest version of the operating system, this is an achievement for Microsoft as the software giant will soon end support for the older platforms. The statistics show that the market share of Anniversary Update dropped from 10.5 percent to 6.6.
Microsoft’s Surface Laptop with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update holds 61.3% market share. Microsoft is currently working on the Redstone 4 update for the Windows 10 operating system and it will be released to the general public in Spring.