Windows 10 announcement

The latest stats published by NetMarketShare shows that Windows 10 operating system has once again managed to increase its market share at expense of Windows 7. Windows 10’s new user base is mostly made of people coming from older Windows versions.

According to the latest report by NetMarketShare, Microsoft’s Windows 10 now holds 37.80% market share and Windows 7 has 40.27% market share. While Windows 7 dropped by around one percent, Windows 10 showed strong growth as the market shared jump from 36.58 to 37.80%.

Windows 10 share

By the looks of things, Windows 10 did manage to increase its share by stealing some users from Windows 7.

According to Microsoft, Windows 10 is on around 700 million devices and it’s growing. The situation is likely to improve later this year when the new Windows 10 update and devices would become available for consumers.

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